Salem Museums & Attractions
Salem's impressive array of attractions and museums are all within easy walking distance, making the Salem Inn the perfect weekend getaway or family vacation destination. View some of our favorites below!

Salem Witch Museum

(978) 744-1692 | 19 1/2 Washington Square North Salem

Learn about the Witch Trials of 1692, in a presentation based on actual trial documents. Examine the changing perceptions of witches throughout history.

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The Schooner Fame

(978) 729-7600 | Pickering Wharf Marina, Salem

Tour Salem Harbor aboard this replica of an 1812 privateer boat and learn about the merchants, privateers and fisherman who impacted the north shore of Massachusetts.

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House of The Seven Gables

(978) 744-0991 | 115 Derby Street, Salem

The House of the Seven Gables inspired Nathaniel Hawthorne to write his legendary novel by the same name. Take guided tours of the 17th and 18th century period homes and walk the seaside gardens.

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The Witch House

(978) 744-8815 | 310 1/2 Essex Street, Salem

Tour the home of the Witch Trials' Judge Jonathan Corwin, gain a better understanding of the every day colonial life of those involved in the witch trials.

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The Witch Dungeon Museum

(978) 741-3570 | 16 Lynde Street, Salem

Watch a bone-chilling performance of a witch trial located where the original witch trials took place in 1692.

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Peabody Essex Museum

(978) 745-9500 | 161 Essex Street, Salem

Explore maritime history and American art, gain insights into Chinese art, architecture and culture. Art and Nature Center offers hands-on learning experiences and more.

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The Salem Trolley

(978) 744-5469 | 8 Central Street, Salem

One hour narrated tour of our town’s history, including the Salem Witch Trial and literary riches. The eight mile ride offers shuttle service all-day to 14 locations.

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Maritime National Historic Site

(978) 740-1650 | 160 Derby Street, Salem

Tour the Friendship, a replica of a Salem-built 1791 cargo vessel. Visit the U.S. Custom House and learn about Salem during the height of the East Indies trade. Free tours and programs offered year round!

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