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Expansive garden at Long Hill including tall trees and blue sky

Visit our lush North Shore public gardens this summer to see native flowers, trees, and shrubs in a verdant and historic setting. The North Shore of Massachusetts has everything you’re looking for in a day trip or a weekend getaway. The Trustees is proud to care for well-known destinations like Long Hill, in Beverly, and Stevens-Coolidge House & Gardens, in North Andover 

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Staying for the weekend? Start by booking your stay at The Inn at Castle Hill. The Inn at Castle Hill, in Ipswich, is located in the heart of the spectacular Crane Estate.

Long Hill is your first stop. Today, visitors delight in the beauty of Long Hill’s structured and naturalistic gardens as well as a network of woodland trails. A diverse collection of trees, shrubs, and distinctive perennial plants provide color during the growing season and providing structure and beauty throughout the year. With an ever-growing calendar of public events and festivities, you’ll find ample reason for frequent returns.

Reserve your Long Hill pass here.

Stevens Coolidge House & Gardens is next on the itinerary. Enter a world of a former farm that became an early 20th-century estate, where a newly expanded array of bountiful gardens and plantings complements a gracious and refined home. Explore the gardens yourself or check out the many guided tours and events on offer.

Reserve your Stevens Coolidge House & Gardens pass here.

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Long Hill house

Stevens-Coolidge House & Gardens Greenhouse

Stevens Coolidge House & Gardens

Woman in wheelchair on the accessible path running through the garden of Stevens Coolidge House & Gardens

Stevens Coolidge House & Gardens

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