As you plan your visit to Boston's North Shore, here is a list of links to nearby Chambers of Commerce.
The 40 communities north of Boston make up the region known as Boston's North Shore. Wenham, the town where Gordon is located, is in the central eastern section of the North Shore.
Cape Ann is America's oldest seaport and art colony. The four towns (Gloucester, Rockport, Manchester-by-the-Sea, and Essex) that make up Cape Ann are all coastal towns northeast of Wenham and are famous for their small-town charm, artistic beauty, and delicious seafood.
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Beverly is a small city located immediately south of Wenham, making it convenient to Gordon. Downtown Beverly boasts lots of locally populated culture, from numerous coffeehouses and art galleries to gardens and historic buildings.
Ipswich is located north of Wenham on the coast. Approximately one-third of the town's land mass is protected salt marsh and estuaries, which limits development and helps to preserve open space and scenic views.
The charming New England community of Marblehead, east of Salem and approximately 10 miles southeast of Wenham, is renowned as the Yachting Capital of America and Birthplace of the American Navy.
Peabody is a small city located southwest of Wenham, and it is a vibrant mixture of the historic and the new.
Salem, which is located approximately 10 miles south of Wenham, is famous for its rich history of early trade and wealth, and the witch trials of 1692.