At this unique and world class museum you can delve into the fascinating events of the Witch Trials of 1692. Wander through thirteen full size replica stage sets and don't forget to catch Elie Wiesel's speech about the museum.
Named after the prominent art collector, this dynamic center for the arts hosts contemporary art exhibitions, dance and theater performances. Situated in the heart of the Endicott Campus, the center brings the local and college communities together through exciting cultural events.
This golden sand beach has been a favorite with vacationers since the twenties. At half a mile in length, the beach welcomes dogs and swimmers.
Twelve miles of trails wind through the glorious Massachusetts countryside at this park. Look out for the flora and fauna as you explore its wetlands, forests and meadows by canoe or on foot. Coyotes and herons are among the species that flourish here.
More history is on hand at this picturesque park overlooking the ocean. With an arcade full of games and plenty of food stalls to choose from, an afternoon spent at this popular park is a must when staying near Endicott College. Take a swim in the sea, or play bumper cars at this charming seaside venue.