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  • 1

    Salem Witch Museum

    4
    16 reviews

    Count the number of people that were "pressed" for their association with the witch trial. You hear more about the burning and dunking but far more were pressed to death. Not as sexy I guess.

    Popular withHistoryLocal
  • 2

    Witch House

    4
    8 reviews

    The Witch House is a great place to visit if you're looking for historical remnants from the Salem witch trials. Tours include a comprehensive look at the architecture, furnishings, lifestyle and key players of 17th century Salem. Tickets for the tour (both group and self-guided) are sold at the museum gift shop - to get the full effect (and the ...

    Popular withHistoryTrendstersLocal
  • 3

    Witch Dungeon Museum

    4
    7 reviews

    Go here with the intention of getting yourself scared. If you're there during Halloween, take a tour that happens at night and be prepared for some spooky occurrences. There's a lot of history to be had within the walls of this jail.

    Popular withLocalHistoryFamilies
  • 4

    House of the Seven Gables

    4
    5 reviews

    Wonderful historic town.

    Popular withHistoryLocalTrendsters
  • 5

    Peabody Essex Museum

    4.5
    3 reviews

    Great art/culture/history museum on the way to Boston!

    Popular withHistory
  • 6

    Salem Trolley

    4.5
    3 reviews

    A great way to get a tour of Salem. Kids will love it after walking near the wharf.

    Popular withFamilies
  • 7

    Bewitched In Salem

    4
    3 reviews

    In a town known for witches, the iconic "Bewitched" statue fits right in. Located in a downtown shopping/ eating area, it's ok to stop there if you are in the area, but to make a special trip, it would be a waste. Combine it with a shopping tour, or lunch and you are ok.

  • 8

    Salem Willows

    3.5
    3 reviews

    Salem Willows is a park along the waterfront. It used to be a great place for families during the summer, but the rides, restaurants, and general upkeep have all seen better days now, unfortunately.

    Popular withFamiliesLocalOutdoor
  • 9

    Salem Maritime National Historic Site

    5
    1 review
    Popular withLocalHistoryBackpackers
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    The Picklepot

    5
    1 review

    The Picklepot is perfect for picking up fresh, high quality spices & salts from around the world as well as kitchen gadgets and other staple kitchen items. The owner, David Bowie, is friendly and very helpful; he is a wealth of knowledge about the various uses and origins of spices and the history of the early American spice trade.

    Popular withTrendstersLocalFoodies
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    Pioneer Village

    3.5
    1 review

    There are a ton of pioneer villages scattered across the U.S., but this particular one in Salem is unique in the fact that it was never meant to last. The setting was built in the 1930s to stage a play recreating the 1630s lifestyle, but the town loved it so much that they decided to keep up the act. It ...

    Popular withHistory
  • 14

    Salem Common

    4
    1 review
    Popular withTrendstersOutdoorFamilies
  • 15

    Fatima's Psychic Studio

    4
    1 review

    Awesome can't explane, a must. ? ?

  • 16

    Salem Ferry

    4
    1 review

    Located 1 block from our property; it's a great way to travel from Salem to Boston and back again (open seasonally).

  • 17

    Salem Witch Trials Memorial

    3
    1 review

    This is a nice little park area as well as a cemetery dedicated to the innocents who were hung as witches.

    Popular withHistoryLocal
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    Tavern In the Square

    4
    Popular withAdventure
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