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Destination Salem


81 Washington Street
Salem, MA 01970
United States

(??.? miles from you)

Visit Web Site Salem@Salem.org

Call: 877-725-3662


Destination Salem


(??.? miles from you)

81 Washington Street
Salem, MA 01970
United States


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Why You Should Go...

Salem, Massachusetts, is a historic seaport located just 15 miles north of Boston. Accessible by car (40 minutes), train (30 minutes), and seasonal ferry (55 minutes) Salem offers visitors a unique blend of history an

Most known for the Witch Trials of 1692 when 20 innocent people were condemned as witches, Salem was also a significant trading port, home to literary great Nathaniel Hawthorne, and has a tremendous collection of Federal architecture. Today Salem offers a vibrant mix of museums, shops, and galleries, and a booming culinary scene.

Visit in October, when thousands of visitors travel from around the world to partake in Salem Haunted Happenings, or choose the vibrant summer months when you may encounter the Seafood Festival, Arts Festival, or Maritime Festival. Winter and spring promise the amazing Salem Film Fest, Salem So Sweet, and Massachusetts Poetry Festival.

Whenever you visit Salem, you will find great stories around every corner.

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Why You Should Go...

Salem, Massachusetts, is a historic seaport located just 15 miles north of Boston. Accessible by car (40 minutes), train (30 minutes), and seasonal ferry (55 minutes) Salem offers visitors a unique blend of history and contemporary culture.

Most known for the Witch Trials of 1692 when 20 innocent people were condemned as witches, Salem was also a significant trading port, home to literary great Nathaniel Hawthorne, and has a tremendous collection of Federal architecture. Today Salem offers a vibrant mix of museums, shops, and galleries, and a booming culinary scene.

Visit in October, when thousands of visitors travel from around the world to partake in Salem Haunted Happenings, or choose the vibrant summer months when you may encounter the Seafood Festival, Arts Festival, or Maritime Festival. Winter and spring promise the amazing Salem Film Fest, Salem So Sweet, and Massachusetts Poetry Festival.

Whenever you visit Salem, you will find great stories around every corner.

What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Available: Self-Guided Tour, Guided Tour, Private Tour, Café, Restaurant, Bar, Family Restroom, Multilingual Staff, Gift Shop, Souvenirs, Bike Storage

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  • Haunted Happenings

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    Haunted Happenings
    Salem Haunted Happenings will celebrate monsters of all shapes and sizes this year. Hundreds of events for all ages are scheduled during October.

  • Free Park and Shuttle Options

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    Free Park and Shuttle Options

    Destination Salem

    Free Park and Shuttle Options
    The City of Salem will offer free satellite parking and shuttle service for the last two weekends in October to encourage visitors to park outside of the downtown and lessen traffic congestion. Route A will pick up at the Salem High School parking lot, 77 Wilson Street. Route B will only run the weekend of October 28-29 and will pick up at Salem State University O'Keefe Center parking lot, 225 Canal Street.

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Why You Should Go...

Salem, Massachusetts, is a historic seaport located just 15 miles north of Boston. Accessible by car (40 minutes), train (30 minutes), and seasonal ferry (55 minutes) Salem offers visitors a unique blend of history and contemporary culture.

Most known for the Witch Trials of 1692 when 20 innocent people were condemned as witches, Salem was also a significant trading port, home to literary great Nathaniel Hawthorne, and has a tremendous collection of Federal architecture. Today Salem offers a vibrant mix of museums, shops, and galleries, and a booming culinary scene.

Visit in October, when thousands of visitors travel from around the world to partake in Salem Haunted Happenings, or choose the vibrant summer months when you may encounter the Seafood Festival, Arts Festival, or Maritime Festival. Winter and spring promise the amazing Salem Film Fest, Salem So Sweet, and Massachusetts Poetry Festival.

Whenever you visit Salem, you will find great stories around every corner.

More...

What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Available: Self-Guided Tour, Guided Tour, Private Tour, Café, Restaurant, Bar, Family Restroom, Multilingual Staff, Gift Shop, Souvenirs, Bike Storage

CALENDAR

  • Now

    22

  • Mon

    23

  • Tue

    24

  • Wed

    25

  • Thu

    26

  • Fri

    27

  • Sat

    28

  • Sun

    29

  • Mon

    30

  • Tue

    31

  • More

  • Haunted Happenings

    Today

    9:00 AM EST

    Destination Salem

    Haunted Happenings

    Destination Salem

    Haunted Happenings
    Salem Haunted Happenings will celebrate monsters of all shapes and sizes this year. Hundreds of events for all ages are scheduled during October.

  • Free Park and Shuttle Options

    Today

    10:00 AM EST

    Destination Salem

    Free Park and Shuttle Options

    Destination Salem

    Free Park and Shuttle Options
    The City of Salem will offer free satellite parking and shuttle service for the last two weekends in October to encourage visitors to park outside of the downtown and lessen traffic congestion. Route A will pick up at the Salem High School parking lot, 77 Wilson Street. Route B will only run the weekend of October 28-29 and will pick up at Salem State University O'Keefe Center parking lot, 225 Canal Street.

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Free Park and Shuttle Options

The City of Salem will offer free satellite parking for the last two weekends of October. Route A picks up at Salem High School, 77 Wilson St. Route B only runs October 28-29, picking up at Salem State University O'Keefe Center parking lot, 225 Canal St.

The City of Salem will offer free satellit...

The City of Salem will offer free satellite parking for the last two weekends of October. Route A picks up at Salem High School, 77 Wilson St. Route B only runs October 28-29, picking up at Salem State University O'Keefe Center parking lot, 225 Canal St.

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