You've got to love a statue honoring Bewitched; you've just gotta....
You might also want to reach out and touch it. I did.
This simple memorial lists the victims of the Salem Witch trial hysteria and the dates of their death on simple stone plaques.
Like most Salem museum's this is more an attraction than a museum and sheds little light on the actual witch trial events in Salem.
This small free historic site preserves the historic port of Salem and a reproduction of the tallship Friendship.
This museum consists of a collection of historic buildings centered around the House of the Seven Gables which inspired author Nathaniel Hawthorne to write a novel of the same name.
We walked by this famous cemetery which was pretty full of tourists. I'd like to go back to Salem when it's not Halloween to take a walk around it and check out the ancient tombstones.
Roger Conant is the founder of Salem. His statue is right across from the Witch Museum. The statue itself is impressive and appears to keep watch over the town he founded.
This was closed in spite of literature stating open 10-5 daily. NOt favorable and it looked like probably not worth the trip. It was a small building
There are places where you can get on to a sailing ship for a tour of the bay. HOurs are usually 1 or 2 and costs may range from $30-50
The Burying Point Cemetary is the oldest cemetary in Salem. John Hathorne, judge of the Salem Witchcraft Trials is buried here.
You can buy tickets to go whale watching or deep sea fishing here ... But do wait until the weather is better tho!
Probably one of the best sites to see. Many of these types of 'Museums' available, this one is the only one that I went to that was worth the money.
House of Seven Gables. A little off the path, but definitely worth the extra walk.
It was interesting to see all of the secret passagways and how small things were made so long ago.
Here you can find great examples of period architecture from the 18th & 19th century, buildings particularly related to the old port and ship industry (e.g. the Customs House).
THIS PLACE HAS SCARRY SHOWS AND GIFT SHOPS TO KEEP EVERY BODY AMUSED AND ENTERTAINED.