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Haunting at Witch Hill

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Haunting at Witch Hill

Time: October 30, 2016 from 6:30pm to 10:30pm
Location: Peirce Farm at Witch Hill
Street: 116 Boston Street
City/Town: Topsfield
Website or Map: http://EssexHeritage.org/Haun…
Phone: (978)740-0444
Event Type: halloween, party
Organized By: Essex National Heritage Commission
Latest Activity: Aug 23, 2016

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Haunting at Witch Hill

Presented by Essex Heritage

10 Federal Street, Suite 12

Salem, MA  01970

978-740-0444

 

Date: Sunday, October 30, 2016, 6:30 PM to 10:30 PM

 

Location: Peirce Farm at Witch Hill, 116 Boston Street, Topsfield, MA, 01938

 

Join Essex Heritage as we travel back to Victorian times at the gentleman farm of railroad tycoon T.W. Peirce.  You will be spellbound by eerie ghost stories in the manor house, enjoy games and music in the barn, and savor a complimentary signature cocktail. Tickets are $50/person if purchased before October 1 and $65/person thereafter. Cash bar. Victorian attire encouraged.

 

Visit EssexHeritage.org/HauntingWitchHill for more information and to purchase tickets.

 

The proceeds of this event will benefit Essex Heritage – the non-profit steward of the Essex National Heritage Area (Essex County), now celebrating 20 years of preserving and enhancing the unique natural, cultural and historic places of the region for the benefit of all who live, work and visit.



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About Essex Heritage and the Essex National Heritage Area

Essex Heritage is the non-profit organization that manages the Essex National Heritage Area by developing programs that enhance, preserve and encourage recreation, education, conservation and interpretation projects on Boston’s North Shore and the Lower Merrimack River Valley. The Essex National Heritage Area comprises the 34 cities and towns of Essex County, MA. For more information, visit www.EssexHeritage.org or call (978) 740-0444.

 

About Peirce Farm at Witch Hill

In addition to having been the country estate of T.W.Peirce, this property was once the home of Salem Witch Trial victim Mary Easty’s son, and the summer home of sea captain Benjamin Crowninshield.

 

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