Deals in Salem


Mahi Mahi Harbor Cruises & Private Events: Brunch Cruise for Two or Four from Mahi Mahi Harbor Cruises & Private Events (Up to 36% Off)

Brunch Cruise for Two or Four from Mahi Mahi Harbor Cruises & Private Events (Up to 36% Off)

Mahi Mahi Harbor Cruises & Private Events

Downtown Salem

Cruises cast off from Pickering Wharf and sail around Salem Sound

$64 $41

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Sea Shuttle: 90-Minute Tour of Salem Sound for Two Adults or Two Adults and Two Kids from Sea Shuttle (Up to 38% Off)

90-Minute Tour of Salem Sound for Two Adults or Two Adults and Two Kids from Sea Shuttle (Up to 38% Off)

Sea Shuttle

Salem Neck

Tourists can choose to get off at Great Misery Island for hiking or stay onboard the catamaran for a 90-minute tour of the Salem Sound

$50 $32

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Salem Night Tour: Admission to Two or Four to Salem Night Tour (Up to 48% Off)

Admission to Two or Four to Salem Night Tour (Up to 48% Off)

Salem Night Tour

Salem

Learn about the chilling history of Salem during this 75-minute nighttime walking tour

$26 $14

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The Salem Haunted Magic Show presents: HYSTERIA: Redux!: The Salem Haunted Magic Show Presents: "HYSTERIA: Redux!" at CinemaSalem on October 2–November 1 (Up to 32% Off)

The Salem Haunted Magic Show Presents: "HYSTERIA: Redux!" at CinemaSalem on October 2–November 1 (Up to 32% Off)

The Salem Haunted Magic Show presents: HYSTERIA: Redux!

Cinemasalem

Christopher Grace and Jonas Cain bring new tricks and illusions to their haunted 80-minute performance

$25 $17

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Witch City Walking Tours: Haunted Walking Tour of Salem for Two or Four from Witch City Walking Tours (Up to 52% Off)

Haunted Walking Tour of Salem for Two or Four from Witch City Walking Tours (Up to 52% Off)

Witch City Walking Tours

Salem

A licensed and certified historian leads groups on foot through historic Salem, the site of witchcraft hysteria in 1692

$30 $17

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The Jonathan Corwin House / The Witch House: 17th Century Salem Experience for 2 or Up To 5 at The Jonathan Corwin House / The Witch House (Up to 51% Off)

17th Century Salem Experience for 2 or Up To 5 at The Jonathan Corwin House / The Witch House (Up to 51% Off)

The Jonathan Corwin House / The Witch House

Salem Neck

Home that housed the Corwin family, who were heavily involved in the Salem Witch Trials; Pioneer Village recreates colonial life

$28.50 $15

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Yoga Sakti: 5 or 10 Yoga and Fitness Classes at Yoga Sakti (Up to 43% Off)

5 or 10 Yoga and Fitness Classes at Yoga Sakti (Up to 43% Off)

Yoga Sakti

Salem Neck

Instructors lead a variety of fitness classes, which range from restorative yoga to sessions that combine TRX, barre, surfFit and spinning

$70 $41

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Rouge Cosmetics: Professional Makeup Lesson for One or Six with Optional False Lash Lesson at Rouge Cosmetics (Up to 62% Off)

Professional Makeup Lesson for One or Six with Optional False Lash Lesson at Rouge Cosmetics (Up to 62% Off)

Rouge Cosmetics

Downtown Salem

Professional makeup artists unveil the tricks of the trade and give out personalized tricks that help clients work with their complexions

$75 $29

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Lasting Impression Skin and Nail Boutique: $37 for One Brightening Peel Facial at Lasting Impression Skin and Nail Boutique ($70 Value)

$37 for One Brightening Peel Facial at Lasting Impression Skin and Nail Boutique ($70 Value)

Lasting Impression Skin and Nail Boutique

South Salem

The facial helps skin achieve a natural glow

$70 $37

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Rouge Cosmetics: 50- or 80-Minute Caudalie Facial with Wine and Fruit at Rouge Cosmetics (Up to 77% Off)

50- or 80-Minute Caudalie Facial with Wine and Fruit at Rouge Cosmetics (Up to 77% Off)

Rouge Cosmetics

Downtown Salem

Aestheticians as this shop with a pink glow perform facials with high-end all-natural skincare brand Caudalie

$205 $52

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Michelle La Frazia Lane at Aqua Hair Salon: Up to 60% Off Haircuts at Michelle La Frazia Lane at Aqua Hair Salon

Up to 60% Off Haircuts at Michelle La Frazia Lane at Aqua Hair Salon

Michelle La Frazia Lane at Aqua Hair Salon

Salem Neck

From the merchant: Michelle creates beautiful styles using custom color and cutting techniques. Choose from 4 different services.

$110 $45

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Liz Tina at Aqua Hair Salon: Haircut and Conditioning with Option for Color or Partial Highlights from Liz Tina at Aqua Hair Salon (Up to 61% Off)

Haircut and Conditioning with Option for Color or Partial Highlights from Liz Tina at Aqua Hair Salon (Up to 61% Off)

Liz Tina at Aqua Hair Salon

Salem Neck

A senior stylist can revamp manes with color or highlights before nourishing strands with a deep conditioner and precision cut

$110 $45

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Aqua Hair Salon: $41 for an Aqua Hydrating Facial at Aqua Hair Salon & Spa ($95 Value)

$41 for an Aqua Hydrating Facial at Aqua Hair Salon & Spa ($95 Value)

Aqua Hair Salon

Salem Neck

Custom facial uses a combination of GlyMed products to cleanse, hydrate, and protect the skin

$95 $41

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Aqua Salon and Spa: $69 for One DermaSound Ultra Sonic Facial at Aqua Salon and Spa ($145 Value)

$69 for One DermaSound Ultra Sonic Facial at Aqua Salon and Spa ($145 Value)

Aqua Salon and Spa

Salem Neck

Facial exfoliates with little to no irritation, as well as providing skin with antioxidants for healing and rejuvenation

$145 $69

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  • Victoria Station
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: Victoria Station & Vic's Boathouse facet_type_id: 384f9640-5f38-1032-b672-dc5bd61ecbba html_text: |- Today, Victoria Station & Vic's Boathouse in Salem is unique—but it wasn't always. In 1970, inspired by the landmark Victoria Station in London, three Cornell Hotel School graduates created a restaurant with English touches, such as a bright-red phone booth and authentic train cars they'd turned into dining cars. They opened up in San Francisco, and the business grew. By the 1980s, there were almost 100 Victoria Station locations in the United States and around the world. Johnny Cash did a stint as their spokesman. But the company filed for bankruptcy in 1986. Its rise and fall is documented in Tom Blake's book Prime Rib and Boxcars: Whatever Happened to Victoria Station? The waterfront Salem location was 99th and final location to open, and it's the only one left. Today, the restaurant has gone in its own direction, drawing inspiration from both the restaurant's past and its current surroundings. Classic New England cuisine and old steak-house favorites mingle comfortably on the menu. The chefs coat haddock in a seasoned cracker crust to bake and serve with chardonnay and fresh lemon juice, and the slow-roasted prime rib that made the original restaurant famous still has a place on the menu. Diners can also order up house favorites, such as lobster mac 'n' cheese with five-cheese béchamel sauce and cornbread shallot crumbs, or they can opt for an Angus burger. The menu has earned the restaurant scores of accolades, including Best Waterfront Dining, Northshore Magazine, 2011–2013. Vic's Boathouse, a bar and lounge at Victoria Station, opened in 2010 and has already earned the honor of Best Bar, North of 2012, according to Boston Magazine. Inside, diners can request a local or craft brew, order a martini, or pick from the pub menu. The bar hosts nightly live entertainment, including open-mic sessions, live musicians, and karaoke, which makes for lively evenings without the expense of hiring a DJ for family dinner.
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    86 Wharf St.
    Salem, MA US
  • Peabody Essex Museum
    In 1799, Salem’s weathered seafarers founded the East India Marine Society and began to assemble “natural and artificial curiosities” brought back from their journeys to Asia, Africa, and other distant lands. Over the following centuries, the collection grew, and while it did, the Society evolved through various shapes until it became the Peabody Essex Museum. Today, more than 1.8 million of these works invite visitors to explore the world in a facility that underwent a $200 million transformation in 2003. The majority of works now rest in a Moshe Safdie–designed glass-and-brick building, focused around a sunny atrium whose various architectural silhouettes echo local forms. This new building joins the East India Marine Hall, built by the seafarers’ society in 1825 and dedicated in a ceremony attended by President John Adams. Today, that National Historic Landmark hosts society-member portraits and a number of the hall’s original objects; in other galleries, paintings and sculptures by Japanese, Indian, and Chinese artists hang on the walls or perch in glass cases like pies with personal-space issues. Guests can also tour Yin Yu Tang, the only complete Qing Dynasty house outside of China and a 200-year-old structure with intricate carvings. In 2013, the Peabody Essex Museum will add exciting new displays to its rotating special exhibitions, from Faberge treasures to impressionistic masterpieces from the likes of Monet, Renoir, and Manet, as well as modern African-American art and contemporary art from India. After marveling at the skill and diversity of the artwork, visitors can drop by the Atrium Café or the Garden Restaurant for a bite to eat.
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    East India Square, 161 Essex St
    Salem, MA US
  • Rigor Mortis Entertainment
    Between launching city-centric websites like Cambridge Uncommon and Salem Uncommon and teaching journalism classes at Cambridge Community TV, freelance journalist Sam Baltrusis wrote his book Ghosts of Boston: Haunts of the Hub. In its pages he reveals 300 years of city history and ghost stories. He details unexplained sounds and hovering objects seen inside the Hub?s dorm rooms, apparitions witnessed on the Boston Common, and a colonial British solider glimpsed on the tracks at the Boylston station. His deft pen has also led him to become a regional stringer for The New York Times and his second book, Ghosts of Cambridge: Haunts of Harvard Square and Beyond hit shelves in September 2013. Not content with relegating his words to the page, Sam also brings them to life through seasonal walking tours. Guides lit by handheld lanterns lead guests through the shadowy streets of downtown Boston. They divulge stories of murder and recall Cambridge's ominous history. They also answer questions such as which Harvard hall is the most haunted, which area church is home to the ghost of a British redcoat soldier, and which famously mustachioed ghosts are just wearing fake mustaches. The founder's literary background shows through on the tours, too, which are peppered with the lore of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Charles Dickens, and Edgar Allen Poe. When he's not guiding in-person guests, Sam doubles as a paranormal expert on the Biography Channel's, "Haunted Encounters" and on Ryan Buell's Paranormal Insider Radio.
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    186 Essex St # 1
    Salem, MA US
  • 62 Restaurant and Wine Bar
    Located in Salem, 62 Restaurant and Wine Bar is a hugely-popular bar that delivers a flavorful menu. This restaurant delivers an unforgettable dining experience set in an upscale ambience. The great menu options allow visitors to focus on what matters: the terrific service and awesome food. If you're wanting to plan ahead, most patrons will be quick to point out that Fridays and Saturdays are a lot of fun at 62 Restaurant and Wine Bar. There's no particular required attire, so feel free to dress comfortably. Also, though the price can be a bit higher than average, the overall experience definitely justifies it. For those who are interested, the robust menu features items that are gluten-free, low-fat, vegan, and vegetarian. Plus, it's been tabbed as a nice option for a romantic occasion and local cuisine, in addition to special occasions and entertaining clients. In addition to its quick service (take-out is available), the restaurant also offers delivery, and can even cater an event for you. Or, if you just want to stop by for a beverage, the restaurant has a pretty broad selection at its bar. A highly-regarded option for dinner in Downtown Salem, 62 Restaurant and Wine Bar definitely won't leave you disappointed. Its meal is known to be "great." Visitors to the restaurant have access to a parking garage or private lot nearby (or can park on the street).
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    62 Wharf Street
    Salem, MA US
  • Schooner "Fame"
    Captain William Webb bellowed to his crewmen, "Ready cannons, bring her to starboard!" as they rounded on the English ship Concord. He wasn't born a soldier, but the English had press-ganged some of his closest friends into slavery on their warships, stolen his family's livelihood, and set his home of Salem, Massachusetts, on the path to financial ruin. Like many other merchants, fishermen, and ship owners, Webb and his crew outfitted whatever boats they could find to fight the English during the War of 1812, and the 70-foot Fame was no exception. The original Fame went on 11 more journeys before being wrecked in 1814 and now lives on as a luxurious home for the retired actors of The Little Mermaid. The Fame seen around Salem today is a direct replica of that heroic ship, built exactly as the original was in the early 19th century. Passengers on the ship's daily public sails relive the experience of navigating the Atlantic in an traditional, wooden, gaff-rigged schooner. The boat also plays host to weeklong camps, during which kids learn how to sail, tie essential knots, and read charts and maps before camping out for an evening of dumping tea in the ocean.
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    Pickering Wharf Marina
    Salem, MA US
  • Doke Daniel Photography
    Dan Doke discovered his passion for photography as a teenager, eventually turning his beloved hobby into a career after purchasing his first studio in his 20s. After building a thriving business with portrait and senior-photo portfolios, Doke moved his studio closer to his family and began to focus on wedding photography full time. Today, the seasoned shutterbug dangerously overloads his mantelpiece with a wealth of awards and honors, ranging from a membership in the Society of XXV to his status as a Photographic Craftsman from the Professional Photographers of America. Doke’s polished black-and-white and color prints have graced the covers of more than 30 magazines, including Gala, La Bella Bride, and Studio Photography, and his expertise won him a spot in 2005 as a photographer at an inaugural ball for President George W. Bush, where he was responsible for capturing candid portraits of heads of state, governors, lawmakers, and dignitaries. Along with the team of photographers he has personally trained, Dan produces high-contrast, post portraits of families and pets that range from traditional outdoor and studio shots to high-concept editorials.
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    59 Stiles Rd
    Salem, NH US
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