Nestled right on the border between Massachusetts and New Hampshire, lies the bountiful town of Amesbury, Massachusetts. Settled in 1645, Amesbury was founded on the principles of communal farming, manufacturing and ferry transportation across the beautiful Merrimack river. By the turn of the 19th century , Amesbury became an industry mogul for milling, iron works, and most famously for horse-drawn carriages.
Today, Amesbury is bustling with the same fervor for innovation that it’s founders inspired. The old mills have been renovated into magnificent manufacturing and textile companies, delectable restaurants, one-of-a-kind boutiques, and thriving business Eco-centers.