Introduction to North Andover, Massachusetts
North Andover, Massachusetts, in Essex county, is 1 miles E of Lawrence, Massachusetts and 23 miles N of Boston, Massachusetts.The town is part of the Lawrence metropolitan statistical area (MSA). About 27,202 people live in North Andover.
North Andover History
North Andover, a small town in Massachusetts, was first settled in 1646. This town was officially united on April 7, 1855. During the time of the ’salem Witch Trial’s many people from this town were accused of practicing witchcraft. In the past, North Andover was a religious and political center. In 1855, Andover was divided into North Andover and Andover.
North Andover and nearby Attractions
- The Museum of Printing
- Smolak Farms
- No Andover Historical Society
- Harold Parker State Forest
Things To Do In North Andover
This beautiful town is blessed with rivers, tall trees, creeks, reservoirs and streams. There are also numerous parks in North Andover. It also has some famous restaurants and many attractive art museums and galleries. One can visit the picturesque and historic lighthouse in North Andover.
North Andover Transportation
The local airport is Boston Logan International.
North Andover Higher Education
The Northern Essex Community College offers higher education.