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Annie*s

10% Off All Jewelry

Annie*s Always Extraordinary

Whether you are shopping for yourself or your looking for the perfect gift, you must visit Annie*s on Pleasant Street in downtown Newburyport.  Although Annie*s is a gift shop, it is quite unique in that all of the merchandise is produced by an eclectic group of local and nationally know artists.  It is more like walking into an art gallery than an gift shop.

Annie*s offers a beautiful selection of jewelry, glass pieces, barware, wood, metal, clocks, cards, Judaica, and fiber.  Ted and Kate Hochheiser have developed over 22 years of relationships bringing together talented artists and the local community.

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Annie*s
11 Pleasant Street
Newburyport, MA 01950
(978) 462-5577

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Things to Do

Top-rated attractions, National Parks and historic tours are among the many things to do in Newburyport.

Plum Island Airport Managed by Plum Island Aerodrome

Do you know about the impressive history of the Plum Island Airport in Newbury? Many advances in aviation occurred on Plum Island. The first flying field in New England was built on Plum Island. The original runway over the sand dunes and marshes was made of wood!

Bartlet Mall

Bartlet Mall

Bartlet Mall, a gorgeous historic park at the intersection of Pond and High Streets, is a great place for ice-skating, sledding, and enjoying nature. Its scenic views provide the setting for a wide variety of popular community events. There are wide walkways and a series of footpaths that border the Mall and lead to the Frog Pond. It has also become a highly photographed area by many local photographers.

Bartlet Mall

Bartlet Mall

Bartlet Mall, a gorgeous historic park at the intersection of Pond and High Streets, is a great place for ice-skating, sledding, and enjoying nature. Its scenic views provide the setting for a wide variety of popular community events. There are wide walkways and a series of footpaths that border the Mall and lead to the Frog Pond. It has also become a highly photographed area by many local photographers.

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