The Haverhill Tourism Passport is a small booklet you can bring with you as you set off on an adventure to discover cultural treasures, famous landmarks, and works of art right here in Haverhill, MA! Follow the instructions on each page to earn your stamps, and turn in your completed booklet this fall for a special prize!
Select the next tab to find out where to get one of your own!
The 2017 Haverhill Tourism Passport season
begins May 13th at KidsFest (presented by the Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce) and
ends September 23rd at Team Haverhill’s
River Ruckus Festival.
Participants may turn in their passports at the Creative Haverhill tent at *River Ruckus to receive an achievement award and an entry into a special raffle!
Pick up your copy of the Haverhill Tourism Passport at any of the following locations during regular hours of operation:
Creative Haverhill (21 Wingate St. Unit 104) Haverhill Firefighting Museum Whittier Birthplace Buttonwoods Museum Positive Images Gallery
Individuals/Couples/Families who register their passport and complete 5-7 pages in their passport booklet will receive ONE entry into the River Ruckus raffle.
Individuals/Couples/Families who register their passport and complete 8-10 pages in their passport booklet will receive TWO entries into the River Ruckus raffle.
Individuals/Couples/Families who register their passport and complete ALL 14 pages in their passport booklet will receive FIVE entries into the River Ruckus raffle.
*Passports must be registered by an adult 18+ with a valid email address. Only one passport per email address may be entered into the raffle.
*If you are unable to attend the River Ruckus Festival
on September 23rd, please email Jenny Arndt at firstname.lastname@example.org for instructions on raffle entry and achievement award pick-up.
Fill out the form below to receive email updates with special events and incentives happening throughout the summer at various passport destinations!
If a destination doesn’t have staff members or volunteers, where can I get my passport stamped?
The following staffed locations (Buttonwoods Museum, Haverhill Fire Fighting Museum, and Whittier Birthplace) will have an answer key and a set of stamps to fill in any pages you have completed! Just bring your booklet on your visit and they will verify your answers.
Do you have to be a Haverhill resident to participate?
No. We invite any and all families/couples/individuals to take part in the fun!
Why should I register my passport?
Many of the historic destinations in the Passport booklet are only open during scheduled public events. Registering your passport adds you to a special email list so you’ll know when these events come up throughout the Haverhill Tourism Passport season. Registering also helps us to know who is using the passport and how we can make it better!