This Salem educational tour will not only blow your minds... it will send chills down your spine! Let's get spooky!
Day 1 You'll See:
- Salem Trolley
- Peabody Essex Museum
- Salem- Ye Olde Pepper Companie
Day 2 You'll See:
- The House of the Seven Gables
- New England Pirate Museum
- Gallows Hill Museum/Theatre
Day 3 You’ll See:
- Pioneer Village
- Salem Wax Museum
- Salem Anthenaeum
Salem Trolley- What better way to start your exploration of the famous “Witch City” of Salem than a scenic guided tour aboard the Salem Trolley! Some of the stops include the Charter Street Burial Ground, the House of the Seven Gables, Witch Dungeon Museum, Salem Witch Museum, and the historic waterfront area. You will even get to see Chestnut Street, one of the most beautiful streets in America!
Peabody Essex Museum- The Peabody Essex Museum is a massive art museum with roughly 1.3 million pieces in it’s collection! Marvel at the art of several different cultures including African, Native American, Indian, Chinese and more!
Salem- Ye Olde Pepper Candy Companie- If you have a sweet tooth, this is the place for you. Known as the oldest candy company in America, Ye Olde Pepper Candy Companie still makes the same delicious treats today that it was famous for back when it first began! Be sure to try their famous Salem Gibralters and Black Jack candies!
The House of the Seven Gables- Declared a historic landmark in 2007, The house of the Seven Gables is well known as the setting for Nathaniel Hawthorne’s novel based around dark secrets and witchcraft. Step inside and learn the history of it’s secrets... and perhaps find a few secret passages as well.
New England Pirate Museum- While the witchcraft trials were being held in Salem, there was also terrors out at sea! Take a guided tour and learn about famous pirates such as Blackbeard, explore a cave, board a pirate ship, and more!
Gallows Hill Museum/Theatre- Known as Salem’s top rated attraction, dive into the Salem witchcraft trials, local lore and enjoy the special effects! Attempt to escape the UNDERGROUND museum as you discover the mysteries, and monsters, beneath the surface before you are trapped…FOREVER! Fun for people of all ages!
Pioneer Village- The oldest living history museum in America brings you back to the year 1630 as you explore the abandoned village of old. While the Salem Trials happened in the city of Salem, many of the accused witches came from this small village!
Salem Wax Museum- Witches and sailors come to life in this wonderful art display of wax figures. You’ve heard of these creatures of darkness… now gaze upon them first-hand!
Salem Athenaeum- One of the oldest libraries in the country, the Salem Athenaeum is filled with rich history, old books, and curious minds. The library holds approximately 50,000 volumes and offers peaceful places such as their reading room and garden to relax, read and work.