Things To Do In Salem


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

Multiple Locations

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: 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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Koto Japanese Grill: Sushi-Making Class for One or Two at Koto Japanese Grill (Up to 54% Off)

Sushi-Making Class for One or Two at Koto Japanese Grill (Up to 54% Off)

Koto Japanese Grill

Downtown Salem

Over the course of about 90minutes, chefs show how to make four traditional sushi rolls, followed by drinks over their creations

$75 $48

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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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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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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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  • 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
  • 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
  • Major Magleashe's Pub
    Order all of your favorite pub classics and munch away at Major Magleashe's Pub. Those looking to shed a few extra pounds are advised to put their diet on hold, as Major Magleashe's Pub serves anything but a low-fat menu. Televisions are strewn throughout the bar, so fans can stay up to date on the latest sports happenings. Weekends can get packed, so take advantage of the bar's reservations. No need to gussy up for a trip to Major Magleashe's Pub, where patrons dress for comfort and fun. If you're hoping to make a smashing impression at your next soiree, you can also have Major Magleashe's Pub cater for you. Bring your car to dinner and easily find a space in the area — street parking is available, as is a nearby lot. Taste the greatness Major Magleashe's Pub is serving up with meals around $30. Reviewers rave about the dinner menu at the bar, though breakfast and lunch are also served.
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    268 Washington St
    Salem, MA US
  • The Salem Wax Museum
    At Salem Wax Museum, visitors come face-to-face with some of the area's most iconic figures, including author Nathaniel Hawthorne, ruthless witch-trials judge Colonel John Hathorne, and accused witch Tituba, who sparked the city's witch hysteria in the late 17th century. But even outside the museum's doors, guests find themselves surrounded by eerie evidence of the past. Behind the building sits the final resting place of other Salem figures at Burying Point, supposedly the second oldest burial ground in the US. Right next to it, the Witch Trials Memorial commemorates the period of time where accused witchcraft ran rampant. Throughout the year, the museum transforms the entire scene with themed seasonal attractions. In October, for instance, it sets up terrifying exhibits such as Frankenstein's Castle and houses that pass out toothbrushes instead of candy on Halloween.
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    288 Derby St
    Salem, MA US
  • Ninety Nine Restaurant and Pub
    At Salem's Ninety Nine Restaurant and Pub, you can snack away on tasty pub grub. Both low-fat and gluten-free menu items are offered at Ninety Nine Restaurant and Pub. A night out deserves a drink to celebrate, and Ninety Nine Restaurant and Pub has the perfect selection of beer and wine to go with your meal. Ninety Nine Restaurant and Pub offers discounted prices on food and drinks during happy hour. Ninety Nine Restaurant and Pub is a prime location to dine with a group. Folks tend to dress down at Ninety Nine Restaurant and Pub, so keep comfort in mind when heading to the restaurant. Dining out isn't your only option here — pickup is available, too. null Chow down at Ninety Nine Restaurant and Pub without blowing your budget — meals here usually cost less than $15.
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    149 South Broadway
    Salem, NH 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

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