Arts and Culture
Explore the maritime history of Newburyport and its people through art, artifacts, and documents related to its role as an early American port, including the US Customhouse in which it resides!
When no ordinary gift will do, it's ANNIE*S. Part art gallery, part contemporary gift shop, we offer a carefully chosen selection of American handcrafted jewelry, pottery, glass and more.
Fine stationery, invitations, greeting cards, & custom design. B2B Printing and marketing materials. Onsite printing available; no minimums; immediate turnaround.
Drama classes, thought provoking plays, and great musicals. For 38 years, Anna Smulowitz Productions has provided the city of Newburyport with highly acclaimed theatre productions while encouraging young minds to explore their creativity through the art of drama and movement.
The NAA is located along Newburyport's waterfront, steps from the center of town, in a historic 1795 brick building housing three galleries, & gift shop that are open year-round to the general public.
Series of self-guided history tours available through website; offering a dozen uniquely different stories of Newburyport history.
110 Years of Stewardship - preserving the life and works of John Greenleaf Whittier through his Amesbury home and its extensive collection of artifacts & records.
Historical House Museums (The Spencer-Peirce-Little Farm, Coffin House, Swett-Ilsley House, and The Rocky Hill Meeting House)
A National Historic Landmark and working museum dedicated to preserving and perpetuating the art and craft of wooden boat building.