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Nathaniel Hawthorne made the unique House of Seven Gables famous in his book of the same name. The house is a National Historic Landmark and represents Salem's history. The home is ...
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The oldest burying ground in Salem, the Burying Point was erected in 1637. Referred to as the Charter Street Burial Ground, it is home to the grave of a pilgrim from the Mayflower ...
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What began in 1799 as an organization for the captains who had sailed Cape Horn or Cape of Good Hope became the East India Marine Society. The society collection natural and ...
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Salem's location on the waterfront made it a seafarer's town. The area is now a waterfront shopping and dining area with a number of restaurants featuring fresh seafood and outdoor ...
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This site contains a number of attractions showcasing Salem's history as a seafaring town. The Customs House, Derby House, Narbonne House, West India Goods Store and Wharves are ...
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Located in Old Town Hall, the Salem Museum gives newcomers to Salem a look at its entire history, from its founding to its role as an India trading town to its witch trials to the ...
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Telling the history and story of the Salem Witch Trials in 1692, this museum showcases actual trial documents and live guides explaining the witchcraft of 1692 and today, as well as ...
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Designed by Maggie Smith and James Cutler, the Witch Trails Memorial was dedicated in 1992 and consists of 20 granite benches inscribed with the name of the 14 women and six men ...
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Open April through November, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., the Witch Dungeon Museum puts on a presentation of a witch trial adapted from manuscripts from the 1692 events. A dungeon recreates ...
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The Corwin House is the last remaining building standing from the witch trials. Jonathan Corwin was one of the area's wealthiest men, and he and his family took part in the witch ...
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