At Boston outskirt in Massachusetts is where Andover is located, and the city settled in 1642. The three-year tax exemption was what attracted the early settlers to the area. The insistence by the parishioners that they had to go a far distance to worship in the north brought about the split when they established their own in the north. Learn more here.
Bay Circuit Trail
Coordinating the 200 miles long Bay Circuit Trail took volunteers generations of dedication. There is an arc of greenspace around Boston, running through 37 towns called the emerald necklace. Visitors can now snowshoe, cycle, or run from the coast on the south to the coast north of Boston. These areas boast many transport links and attractions. If you are spending more days on your trail, you will also find many hotels, camping locations, and restaurants along the way. Learn more about Cheap and Free Things to Do in North Andover, Massachusetts.
Oak and Iron Brewing Company
The Andover’s hometown brewing company where you can enjoy handcrafted, flavorful beer served in a spacious social area is the Oak and Iron. The Queen of Hearts boasts 9 percent, coming out on top, and you can enjoy different alcohol contents. They brewed the beer in small batches, and you can enjoy them outside in the beer garden close to the Shawsheen River or on a barstool around a beer barrel table.