Activities in Salem


Mahi Mahi Harbor Cruises & Private Events: Harbor or Brunch Cruise for Two or Four from Mahi Mahi Harbor Cruises & Private Events (Up to 52% Off)

Harbor or Brunch Cruise for Two or Four from Mahi Mahi Harbor Cruises & Private Events (Up to 52% Off)

Mahi Mahi Harbor Cruises & Private Events

Downtown Salem

Cruises cast off from Pickering Wharf and sail around Salem Sound

$50 $26

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Schooner "Fame": Sailing Outing for One or Two on the Schooner "Fame" (Up to 44% Off)

Sailing Outing for One or Two on the Schooner "Fame" (Up to 44% Off)

Schooner "Fame"

Victoria Station

Passengers board replica of early 1812 privateer schooner Fame for a 90-minute sailing trip on historic Salem Sound

$35 $20

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America's Stonehenge: Outing for Two or Four or One-Year Family Membership at America’s Stonehenge in Salem (Up to 52% Off)

Outing for Two or Four or One-Year Family Membership at America’s Stonehenge in Salem (Up to 52% Off)

America's Stonehenge

Salem

Maintained trail guides guests through a 4,000-year-old manmade site complete with inscriptions, maze-like hallways, alpacas, and chambers

$24 $13

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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 42% Off)

90-Minute Tour of Salem Sound for Two Adults or Two Adults and Two Kids from Sea Shuttle (Up to 42% 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 $30

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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 Night Tours

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

$26 $14

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Witch City Walking Tours: Custom Walking Tour of Salem for Two or Four from Witch City Walking Tours (Up to 55% Off)

Custom Walking Tour of Salem for Two or Four from Witch City Walking Tours (Up to 55% 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 $16

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Brickhouse Cardio Club Salem: One- or Three-Month Membership at Brickhouse Cardio Club Salem (Up to 54% Off)

One- or Three-Month Membership at Brickhouse Cardio Club Salem (Up to 54% Off)

Brickhouse Cardio Club Salem

Downtown Salem

Burn fat, tone muscle and vanquish stress with unlimited Zumba and yoga classes

$50 $25

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  • Sea Shuttle
    The commercial passenger boat known as the Endeavour doesn't just roam the waters of Salem Sound: it also has the rare permission to land on Misery Island. It's fitting, then, that it also has a second name: Sea Shuttle. At regular intervals, this flat, open-air boat ferries passengers between the Salem Willows Park pier and the lush Misery Islands. Managed by the Trustees of Reservation, the islands greet visitors with rugged, rocky shores, panoramic views of the ocean, and a verdant terrain of woods and meadows crossed with hiking trails. Though it functions primarily as a ferry, Sea Shuttle also explores local wildlife; its Sea Station educational programs focus on marine science.
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    167 Fort Avenue
    Salem, MA US
  • Mahi Mahi Harbor Cruises & Private Events
    Mahi Mahi Harbor Cruises & Private Events was started in 2006 on a 55-foot sightseeing boat affectionately known as The Finback. Every day, she carries passengers on scenic tours through the North Shore. Bordered by Salem, Marblehead, Machester-by-the-Sea, Beverly, and the Misery Islands, the sound?s scenic shores are dotted with lighthouses, mansions, and greenery as verdant as a national Shrek convention. Narration helps passengers brush up on their local history as they nosh on fresh meals and sip tropical drinks from the onboard tiki bar. Larger groups can cruise the same waters on the company?s newly refurbished boat, The Hannah Glover, which accommodates up to 150 guests and boasts two bars.
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    23 Congress St.
    Salem, MA US
  • Infinity & Beyond
    Jason D. Boucher, a 2nd-generation FAA-certified commercial hot-air-balloon pilot, helms Serendipity—his trusty hot air balloon—as it lifts passengers to the skies to reveal aerial views of southern New Hampshire's picturesque scenery. Taking flight 365 days a year––weather permitting––the Serendipity allows passengers an unparalleled view of their favorite season, whether they prefer to take in spring's colorful blossoms, spot the glowing foliage of fall, or drag race flying reindeer during snowy months. Additionally, passengers can choose to summit the sky first thing in the morning and watch the sun rise or embark on a romantic evening flight as it dips down to illuminate the treeline.
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    15 Ermer Rd.
    Salem, NH US
  • History Alive!
    At the Old Town Hall in Salem, the players of the History Alive! acting troupe don the garb of Puritan citizens and slip into the roles of the Salem witch trials' accused and accusers during its signature performance, Cry Innocent. The play depicts the trial of the doomed Bridget Bishop, her supposed victims, and the other villagers, with professional actors staying in character even when communicating with the audience. Through its interactive productions, the company hopes to provide viewers with new insights on not only the 1690's, but the present day. The company's past and future productions include a comedic murder mystery centered around Cpt. Joseph White.
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    32 Derby Square
    Salem, MA US
  • High 5 Ballooning
    High 5 Ballooning has sailed through skies since 1999, offering views of New England so spectacular that even the company’s balloons never stop smiling. With the Merrimack River Valley below, each trip treats passengers to views of the Boston skyline and the White Mountains blanketed in the colors of the changing seasons. Depending on the winds, rides may drift gently over pristine lakes or pass close enough to trees that passengers can pluck pinecones and whisper compliments to sleeping birds. After trips coast back to solid ground, High 5 Ballooning celebrates the occasion with champagne toasts.
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    15 Ermer Rd.
    Salem, NH 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

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