b"2021 GHCC Travel Resource Guide-Final.qxp_Layout 16/17/2110:23 AMPage 7 Kishgraphics Map Museum of Printing Map #5 #7Whittier BirthplaceMuseum of Printing 305 Whittier Road, Haverhill978-373-397915 Thornton Avenue, Haverhill978-372-0567 johngreenleafwhittier.commuseumofprinting.org Located on its original site the Whittier BirthplaceThe Museum was created to save and preserve is an example of an old New England farm. Theprinting equipment and library materials associ-family lived in the house for five generations. Itated with the graphic arts industry. Printing has looks as it was when John Greenleaf Whittier waschanged during the last 200 years, moving away born.Most famous for his literature, Whittier wasfrom letterpress printing to photographic and also a dedicated abolitionist and Quaker.electronictechnologies.Oneoftheworlds largest collections of printing and typesetting hardware and ephemera.Alison Colby Campbell Map Alison Colby Campbell Map #6 #8The Winnekenni CastleRiverfront Cultural District 347 Kenoza Avenue Haverhill978-521-1230 Downtown Haverhill winnekenni.com creativehaverhill.comA historic landmark constructed in 1875 of stone Haverhill is one of 25 official Cultural Districts inharvested from the surrounding area.This uniqueMassachusetts! In April of 2014, the triangle of and picturesque venue serves as a cultural centerWashington Street, Railroad Square, & Essex which hosts public & private events, from April toStreet became a compact, walkable area with December including a Wine & Cheese Reception, arts, culture and creative activities. Recognized Independence Day Pancake Breakfast, Summerby the Massachusetts Cultural Council possible Doo Wop Concert & Classic Car Show, Childrensvia the MCC's Cultural Districts initiative author-Halloween Party, Cocoa with Santa, Winter Holidayized by the Massachusetts state legislature in Concert and a Holiday Craft & Gift Fair! April 2011.HaverhillChamber.com | Historic & Cultural Places to Visit7"