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Peabody, MA

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Getting Around in Peabody, MA

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The average commuter time in Peabody is:
15 to 19 minutes
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  • Time Range
  • 25 to 29 minutes
  • 30 to 34 minutes
  • 35 to 39 minutes
  • Percentage of workers
  • 5.65%
  • 13.92%
  • 2.58%

Brooksby Farms

In Peabody, you can spend a day enjoying the natural outdoors and the wonderful goodies that nature helps to produce. A visit to Brooksby farm will provide a fun and educational experience for your entire family. During different times of the year, the farm has seasonal fruit that you can pick. During the summer months, you can purchase fresh garden vegetables. The farm also contains a bakery where you can delight your taste buds with delicious donuts, candy, and cakes. Do not forget to visit the barnyard animals while on your visit for a more relaxing experience.

Northshore Mall

If shopping is one of your favorite things to do, a stop at Northshore mall should be in order. The mall provides an upscale shopping experience with over 120 specialty stores. The stores range in variety from men's and women’s clothing to jewelry and sporting goods. The two-level mall is climate controlled and plays home to beauty and spa salons so that you can get pampered while on your visit. Be sure to stop by one of the many dining areas or bistros and enjoy a meal before you head home for the day.

Salem Country Club

If you hope to spend a day on a beautiful course, look no further than Peabody’s Salem Country Club. The club offers an 18-hole course featuring rolling fairways, strategically placed bunkers, and challenging shots. A swimming pool, tennis courts, and social rooms are located within the golf course as well. Areas can also be rented for weddings and other special occasions. A dining facility is available on the course for guests and members to enjoy. The Salem Country Club was the location of the U.S. Senior Open in 2001 and the U.S. Women’s open two different years.