House of Seven Gables hosts a Trails & Sails 2017 tour that focuses on the gardens and how they change seasonally! Join The House of the Seven Gables for a fabulous talk by Robyn Kanter to learn about The Gables' historic garden. Robyn Kanter, of Kanter Design Associates, worked under Dan Foley, landscape architect and horticulturist, when he relandscaped the Gables' garden and has remained true to its vision. She will tell the story of a garden that is one of the oldest on the North Shore, and arguably one of the oldest anywhere that has remained virtually unchanged by time and fashion.
Trails & Sails 2015
Beverly's maritime history and importance to the American Revolution is explored in a 1.5 mile walking tour of Fish Flake Hill Historic District and the Beverly waterfront. Based on the extensive documentary collections of the Beverly Historical Society, including the papers of William Bartlett, George Washington's naval agent, this tour begins at the home of privateer owner John Cabot, travels to Fish Flake Hill Historic District and finishes at Independence Park, where the Declaration of Independence was read on July 17, 1776. Sites visited include the home of legendary privateer Hugh Hill, who captured many enemy ships during the war, the remains of Beverly’s bustling 18th Century wharves, and Glover’s Wharf, where the Hannah fought the Nautilus and the American Navy was born.
Monday, February 19
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