Introduction to Newburyport, Massachusetts,
Newburyport, Massachusetts, in Essex county, is 10 miles E of Haverhill, Massachusetts and 32 miles N of Boston, Massachusetts. The city is conveniently located inside the Boston metropolitan area. There are an estimated 17,189 people in Newburyport.
The original inhabitants of Newburyport were the Pawtucket Indians.The Europeans discovered Newbury in 1630 and settled down in the area. Gradually, the port of Newbury turned into a fishing and trading point. In 1974, Newbury broke off and became Newburyport.
Newburyport and nearby Attractions
- Newburyport Harbor Light
- Curzon Mill
- Dexter Industrial Green
- Newburyport City Hall
- Healy House
- Joppan House
Things To Do In Newburyport
There are a number of attractions in the city. The Bartlett Mall, Brown Square and Cashman Park are some places of interest and entertainment in the city. One can pay a visit to The Historical Society of Old Newbury, which is situated on High Street, hosts interesting cultural events.
Pease International Tradeport Airport is nearby.
Newburyport Higher Education
Northern Essex Community College offers higher education.