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1. Tour a historical building: The Judge Samuel Holten House is a historical building of the 17th century, with a Victorian architectural style. Rebecca Nurse Homestead and Putnam House, all constructed in the late 17th century, have historical colonial significance, giving the visitors important glimpses into the lives and culture of 17th and 18th century Danvers.
2. See the oldest pear tree in the states: One gets thrilled to know that they have seen a 375 years old pear tree. Danvers has the honor to present a pear tree which is known to have been planted by John Endicott, the first governor of Massachusetts in 1632 and is said to be the oldest fruit tree in America.
3. Look at rare manuscripts: One should witness the marvel of pooling community literary and scholastic resources by visiting the Danvers Archival Center. It has a unique collection of community written, private and public records, rare manuscripts and unique photographic material.
4. Revisit the witch trials: To have glimpses of the Witch Hysteria of 1692, one of the most historic events of Danvers, one must visit the Witchcraft Victims' Memorial. It is a monument with puritan symbols in memory of those who died in the Witch Trials.
5. A rare summerhouse: This unique two and half storey summerhouse is an ornate design garden house. There are wooden statues of the Reaper and the Shepherdess on the roof. The structure is heavily decorated with Grecian urns, swags and pilasters. In 1901, it was moved four miles to its current location in Glen Magna farms.