The Andover Historical Society tells the unique stories of Andover through its museum, library, archives, exhibitions and programs. The Society fosters an appreciation for the importance of local history and preservation to a vibrant community life.
The Amos Blanchard House and Barn Museum in downtown Andover, Massachusetts, recreates the life and times of a typical middle-class family of the early 19th century. Educational programs and changing exhibits explore many aspects of Andover's fascinating 350-year history.
The Andover Historical Society, founded in 1911, maintains the museum and operates a library, archives and research center where objects and documents of local historical significance are collected, preserved, exhibited and interpreted.