A small city just north of Boston, Salem is most noted for the Salem Witch Trials of 1692, Salem’s history stretches from the 17th-century to today and includes maritime heritage, American literature, architecture, military history, and more. When you visit Salem, you will learn the stories of the interesting men and women who have made remarkable contributions to Salem, New England, and the world.
Located 16 miles north of Boston 24 miles from historic Lexington and Concord.
Top attractions: Salem Maritime National Historic Site, Peabody Essex Museum, Salem Witch Museum, House of Seven Gables, New England Pirate Museum, Salem Wax Museum, Witch History Museum.
For more information, visit the Destination Salem website.