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Glen Magna Farms

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During the War of 1812, Joseph Peabody, a wealthy Salem merchant, purchased a 20-acre farm and turned the existing dwelling house and other buildings into a lavish country estate. Glen Magna was expanded by succeeding family owners until the central 11 acres were purchased by the Danvers Historical Society in 1963. The grounds of this beautiful estate include a mansion and exquisite gardens that are often rented for private events. Guided tours are available by reservation from May to July and the grounds are open weekdays from 9am to dusk and weekends 9am to noon. While situated right next to Endicott Park, the estate is a separate property and not part of the park.
57 Forest St, Danvers, MA 01923
(978) 774-9165
  • Hours: Call for appointment
  • Hours: Gardens: Mon - Fri, 9am - dusk; Sat, Sun, 9am - noon; House: By appointment
  • Accessible: yes
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