Beverly is a city in Essex County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 39,502 at the 2010 census. A resort, residential, and manufacturing community on the Massachusetts North Shore, Beverly includes Beverly Farms and Prides Crossing. Beverly is a rival of Marblehead for the title of being the birthplace of the U.S. Navy. The city name is also the origin for the city of Beverly Hills, in Los Angeles County, California. Wikipedia
Beverly, a city in the state of Massachusetts in the United States, is also called the "Garden City". The city of Beverly offers its visitors long coastlines along with public parks and a lot of open spaces. Attractions in Beverly include: The Beverly Cotton Manufactory, America's first cotton mill; The Cabot Street Cinema Theatre, often called as the world's longest running magician's show (February 1977 to May 2012); Hurd Stadium, home to Beverly Panthers; John Balch House, one of the oldest wood-frame houses in the United States; John Cabot House, the town's first brick mansion house; Lynch Park & Beaches, located in the cove section is a popular spot for tourists to enjoy water sport activities like swimming, beach volleyball, kayaking, and sun bathing.