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NEIGHBORHOOD TOUR - Hamilton
If you are looking to visit a small town in the United States, consider Hamilton, Massachusetts. This town has a rich history and fascinating people. John Winthrop the Younger bought most of what is now Essex County from Masconomet, chief of the Agawam Indians, in 1638. In 1903, his portrait became the town’s seal. His history was so important that Hamilton was named after him. Here are some interesting facts about Hamilton. Additional info.
The town’s main street, known as “Asbury Street,” features several parks and restaurants. One of the most popular parks is Patton Park, named for General George S. Patton. This park is the center of town activity. In addition to parks and restaurants, Hamilton also boasts an impressive list of museums. You can find a museum and an art gallery in the town’s historic downtown. If you have a family reunion or just want to celebrate the town’s rich history, Hamilton is the perfect place to host it.
For a unique experience, you can attend an annual polo match at the historic Pingree Family Estate. The town also boasts the oldest continuously running polo field in the country. For a small admission fee, you can watch a polo match. And if you’re looking for a place to learn more about Christianity, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary is located in nearby Wenham. In fact, the town also shares a regional school system with the neighboring Town of Wenham. Next post.
There are a lot of great places to visit and see in Hamilton, MA. We compiled a quick list here.
Point Of Interest #1 Patton Homestead, 650 Asbury St, South Hamilton, MA 01982
Point Of Interest #2 Chebacco Woods, South Hamilton, MA 01982
Point Of Interest #3 Weathervane Tavern, 85 Railroad Ave, South Hamilton, MA 01982
Point Of Interest #4 Down River Charters-Kalil, 12 School St, South Hamilton, MA 01982
Point Of Interest #5 Studio Feron, 21 Berry Cir, South Hamilton, MA 01982