Cabot House

117 Cabot St.
Beverly, MA 01915- Map It
(978) 922-1186

AAA Editor Notes

Cabot House, 117 Cabot St., is a Beverly Historical Society and Museum historic site. It was built in 1781 for John Cabot, a merchant and Revolutionary War privateer. The brick mansion was home to the Cabot family, said to be the wealthiest in New England in 1780, and later housed a bank. Three floors of exhibits, including a period room, detail the history of the town, the Beverly Bank and the American Revolution. A research library is available. Guided tours are available. Time: Allow 30 minutes minimum.
Guided tour $5; $4 (ages 65+ and students with ID); free (ages 0-15). Research library $10 (for up to 2 hours of use).
Hours: Guided tours are given Thurs.-Sat. and Tues. 9:30-4, Wed. 1-9. Research library open Tues. and Sat. 9:30-4, Wed. 1-9. Closed major holidays.