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"Literally, the wrecking ball was coming down the street," Ormond says, pointing out historic pictures of city buildings that were falling apart 40 years ago.You could never imagine it today, as buildings dating from the 1800s and earlier now house an eclectic array of shops and restaurants, and downtown bustles year-round with shoppers and tourists ambling along State Street snapping photos, leisurely strollers enjoying the waterfront boardwalk, and everything from baby carriages to bikes and rollerblades filling the Clipper City Rail Trail every time the sun peeks out, no matter the season.
Taking in the sunset was the perfect ending to a wonderful day in Newburyport, one of my favorite small towns in MA.
The rail trail ends at the riverfront—Newburyport’s primary draw dating back hundreds of years.
In fact, the river contributed to the port city’s separation from the town of Newbury in 1764, because the farmers who initially settled there found it difficult to co-exist with the merchants and tradesmen of the "water-side." In addition to imports and trade, shipbuilding was one of Newburyport’s most important and profitable businesses, gaining it the nickname "Clipper City." In fact, the vessel Massachusetts, built in Newburyport in 1791, was the first ship to enter service in what is now the Coast Guard.
Our charming store is located at 35 State Street, just steps from Market Square.
Inside, our shelves are lined with our signature specialty products, delightful home and kitchen accessories and thoughtful gift ideas.To celebrate this array, a committee is working to get a state-authorized cultural district designation through the Massachusetts Cultural Council.