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Elijah Locke House Also known as Clarkson House 5 Grove Rd.
Private residence. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Isles of Shoals Some islands located in Maine, some in New Hampshire 10 miles off the coast of Kittery/Portsmouth/Rye. Tours to and around the island are available in Portsmouth, Rye, & Newburyport. Starting as a fishing community in the 16th century, and later a resort community popular during the Victorian era, it's most famous residents are Samuel Haley, the Smuttynose Murder victims and writer Celia Thaxter. More information and history.
Odiorne Point State Park Route 1A
Open daily year-round. Enjoy sweeping views of the ocean and rocky shore, explorers can uncover evidence of past military occupation (Fort Dearborn). An network of trails wind through the park. The Seacoast Science Center located in the park has exhibits on the natural and human history of Odiorne and the seacoast area.
Other activities in the park include boating, fishing, hiking, biking, nature walks, and cross country skiing. Amenities offered include picnic tables, a boat launch, restrooms, a paved bicycle path, interpretive displays, and educational programs.
Parsons Homestead 520 Washington Rd.
Georgian style. Private residence. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
St. Andrew's By-The-Sea Church Rd., 0.2 mi. SE of jct. with South Rd. and Rte. 1A
Winslow and Wetherell.
Built in 1876 and features rare stained glass windows.
Parishioners of note include the famous abolitionist and author Harriet Beecher Stowe, who wrote "Uncle Tom's Cabin" and helped raise funds to build the church.Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.