Join us in preserving Peabody’s history
Why did people choose to immigrate to the city of Peabody? Come hear those stories first hand, see pieces from our collection related to immigration, and share with us your own family heritage.
Currently on view.
Where: 33 Washington Street, Osborn Salata House, Peabody, MA
From 1776 to Desert Storm, men and women from Peabody have been active in serving their country. Documents of all kinds are on display to give a snapshot into the world of service people.
The historic Smith Barn is situated on a picturesque hilltop surrounded by two hundred and fifty acres of orchards and conservation land. Located at the Felton-Smith Historic Site adjacent to Peabody’s Brooksby Farm, the Smith Barn is the perfect setting for your special day. Rich in beauty and significance, the site represents over three centuries of the region’s history and is home to several historic landmarks.
We are proud to share that Yelp users have chosen the Smith Barn as one of the ten best wedding Venues in Massachusetts!*
Founded in 1896, the Peabody Historical Society & Museum is a center for the preservation, study and enjoyment of Peabody’s cultural heritage. The Society’s collections are of local and national significance and document over 300 years of the region’s history. The Society maintains eight historic properties, an extensive library and archives, and a large collection of china, textiles, furniture and fine and decorative arts.
General Gideon Foster House
35 Washington Street, Peabody, MA 01960