The Discover Salem Passport is no longer offered.

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The House of the Seven Gables

115 Derby Street (978) 744-0991

Discover The House of the Seven Gables. Built in 1668, this National Historic Landmark is a treasure of American history. Professional guides welcome guests year round for a remarkable journey that explores Salem’s maritime history, architecture, the famous hidden staircase, and the literary legacy of Nathaniel Hawthorne, author of The House of the Seven Gables and The Scarlet Letter. Adding to the site’s charm are spectacular three-season colonial revival gardens, and our unique museum store.

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Peabody Essex Museum

East India Square (161 Essex St.) (Toll Free) 866-745-1876

There are so many reasons to visit PEM. Sometimes, looking at a work of art with someone special by your side is all the motivation you need. Sitting in the light-filled Atrium, listening to a storyteller from the Pacific Northwest, watching the expression on a child’s face as she makes a collage — each experience is worth the trip.

At PEM we celebrate outstanding artistic and cultural creativity in ways that increase knowledge, enrich the spirit, engage the mind and stimulate the senses. We seek to create experiences that transform people’s lives – through the art on view, our exhilarating weekend festivals, performances, PEM/PM Evening Parties, film screenings, artist demonstrations and award-winning family programs.

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Salem Witch Museum

19 1/2 Washington Square North 978.744.1692

Twenty innocent people were put to death during the Witch Hysteria of 1692.
History made them famous... we make them real!

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Salem Trolley

8 Central Street (978) 744-5469

One hour narrated tours and all day shuttle service through beautiful and historic Salem, Massachusetts.