Balch House, Rt. 1A, +1 978-922-1186. One of the oldest standing timber-framed houses in America.
Cabot House - Beverly Historical Society, 117 Cabot Street, +1 978-922-1186, . Tu-F 10AM-4PM, Sa 12-4PM. Closed all Sundays & Holidays. One of the first brick structures built in Beverly. $4 adults, $3 Seniors, $1 Children.
Cabot Street Cinema Theatre, Home to Le Grand David, the longest-running stage magic show in the world, which shows on Sundays. Movies are also shown throughout the week. 
Fish Flake Hill, Front St. between Cabot St and Bartlett St overlooking Beverly Harbor, this oldest section of Beverly was named a Historic District in 1971. Its historical significance is as a major fish-drying location.
Hale Farm, 39 Hale Street, +1 978-922-1186. Open Memorial Day to Halloween by appointment. Closed all Holidays. $4 Adults, $3 Seniors. Built in 1695.
Long Hill Atlantic Monthly editor Ellery Sedgwick purchased the 114-acre Long Hill in 1916 and the house was built in 1921 with bricks from an early mill in Ipswich.
North Shore Music Theatre, 62 Dunham Rd., +1 978-232-7200, . Its 26 acre Dunham Woods campus, makes this the largest non-profit professional theater in New England.
United Shoe Machinery Co., 181 Elliott Street. Built in 1903-06, it is ranked by architectural historians as one of the most significant industrial landmarks in the United States. It was the largest concrete reinforced structure in the world until 1937.