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Salem, Massachusetts

SHOPPING | GENERAL | MAPS | RESTAURANTS | ACCOMMODATIONS | ACTIVITIES | KIDS | SHOW ALL

Shops
J. Mode - women's contemporary clothing boutique; 17 Front St., 978-744-7007WEBSITE
Aroma Sanctum Perfumes - uniquely blended fragrances, bath and body products, perfume bottles; 5 Central St., 978-740-9400WEBSITE
The Trolley Depot - downtown eclectic gift shop; Halloween collectibles, books, jewelry, t-shirts, souvenirs; 191 Essex St., 978-745-3003WEBSITE
Witch City Consignment & Thrift Store - wide variety of used items for sale; includes Halloween products; 301 Essex St., 978-744-4433WEBSITE
Bewitched in Salem - variety of unique products; oils, cauldrons, books, jewelry, crystals, incense; 180 Essex St., 978-744-9904WEBSITE
Hex Old World Witchery - witch products; oils, potions, spell kits, incense, jewelry, amulets, candles; 246 Essex St., 978-666-0765WEBSITE
Nu Aeon - witch products; amulets, candles, incense; 88 Wharf St., 978-744-0202WEBSITE
Omen Psychic Parlor & Witchcraft Emporium - psychic readings, classes, products; 184 Essex St., 978-666-0763WEBSITE
Angelica of the Angels - shops with candles, jewelry, gifts, books, incense; also classes, readings; 2 Central St., 978-745-9355WEBSITE
The Magic Parlor - witch clothing, oils, herbs, books, jewelry, incense, gag items, fangs; 213 Essex St., 978-740-3866WEBSITE
Enchanted Shop - magical supply shop; herbs, oils, crystals, candles, jewelry; 98 Wharf St., 978-745-2856WEBSITE
Salemdipity - gifts; sister store to The Trolley Depot; books, gifts, souvenirs; located on wharf; 86 Wharf St., 978-745-5556WEBSITE
The Barking Cat Pet Emporium - cat and dog food, treats, accessories, toys; downtown; 266 Essex St., 978-745-2275WEBSITE
Witch Tee's - t-shirt store in the Museum Place Mall; also have sweatshirts, gifts, hats, socks; 173 Essex St., 978-740-0900WEBSITE
B. F. Goodstitch - needlepoint shop; threads, canvases, classes; 18 Front St., 978-740-8986WEBSITE
Pamplemousse - French wines and gourmet foods boutique; also tableware, gifts, cookware, crafts; 185 Essex St., 978-745-2900WEBSITE
Ye Olde Pepper Candy Companie - old fashioned candy store, across from House of Seven Gables; 122 Derby St., 978-745-2744WEBSITE
Mud Puddle Toys - CLOSED in Salem; open in Marblehead; toy store featuring safe, eco-friendly toys; educational, wooden toys, arts&crafts; 221 Essex St., 978-740-5400WEBSITE
Crow Haven Corner - books, candles home decor, readings, gifts, magical items; 125 Essex St., 978-745-8763WEBSITE

Laurie Cabot Witch Shoppe - potions, incense, books about magic; crystals, psychic readings; online shopWEBSITE
Shop Listing - salem.org - list of shops by typeWEBSITE

General Information
Regional Visitor Center - part of National Park Service; great place to begin; 27 minute free film, gift shop; 2 New Liberty St., 978-740-1650WEBSITE
Salem Office of Tourism Information Site - salem.org; visitor guide, special eventsWEBSITE
Guide to Salem - salemweb.comWEBSITE
Salem Visitor Center Heritage Tour - easy walk around Salem; trail marked by red line in townWEBSITE
Salem Shopping District - salemmainstreets.org; news and eventsWEBSITE
Essex National Heritage Area - Federally designated historic region; includes 34 towns north of BostonWEBSITE
Haunted Happenings - official website for Salem's Halloween information, news, events, activitiesWEBSITE

Maps
Salem Map - salemmainstreets.orgWEBSITE

Restaurants
Polonus Deli - high quality deli meats, Eastern European foods and candy, ice cream; 176 Essex St., 978-740-3203WEBSITE
Lobster Shanty - casual restaurant and bar, open seasonally, outdoor seating, live music; 25 Front St., 978-745-5449WEBSITE
Jaho Coffee & Tea - coffee & tea shop in wharf area; latte, cappuccino, gelato, desserts; 197 Derby St., 978-744-4300WEBSITE
Maria's Sweet Somethings - chocolate, candy, ice cream, desserts, gifts; located downtown; 26 Front St., 978-825-9111WEBSITE
Salem Beer Works - restaurant and brewery on Derby St.; 278 Derby St., 978-745-2337WEBSITE
Tavern in the Square - restaurant and bar, seasonal outdoor seating, tv's for viewing sporting events; 189 Washington St., 978-740-2337WEBSITE
Passage to India - Indian food restaurant between downtown and waterfront; 157 Washington St., 978-832-2200WEBSITE
Captain Dusty's Ice Cream - ice cream and frozen yogurt; 143 Derby St., 978-744-0777WEBSITE

Destination Salem Restaurant Listing - salem.org; list from the Salem Tourism OfficeWEBSITE

Accommodations
Hawthorne Hotel - located in downtown Salem; 18 Washington Sq., 978-744-4080WEBSITE
Salem Inn - consists of three historic homes; Capt. West House, Curwan House, Peabody House; 7 Summer St., 978-741-0680WEBSITE
Morning Glory - near House of Seven Gables in downtown area, relaxed B&B with parking, hightly rated; 22 Hardy St., 978-741-1703WEBSITE
Salem Waterfront Hotel & Marina - luxury boutique hotel; indoor heated pool, marina services; 225 Derby St., 978-740-8788WEBSITE

List of B&B's - iloveinns.comWEBSITE

Events, Activities, Attractions
Count Orlok's Nightmare Gallery - monster museum on Derby St.; haunted house during October; 285 Derby St., 978-740-0500WEBSITE
House of the Seven Gables - Capt. John Turner House, subject of Nathaniel Hawthorne's book; tours; 115 Derby St., 978-744-0991WEBSITE
National Park Service Salem Visitor Center - free history of Essex County film; info; gift shop; 2 New Liberty St., 978-740-1650WEBSITE
New England Pirate Museum - tour guide leads you through museum; artifacts, treasure, pirate ship; 274 Derby St., 978-741-2800WEBSITE
Peabody Essex Museum - downtown Salem museum of art and culture; hands-on activities, gift shop; 161 Essex St., 978-745-9500WEBSITE
Gallows Hill Museum & Theatre - formerly Witches Cottage; live witchcraft; ghost shows; special events; group shows; 7 Lynde St., 978-825-0222WEBSITE
Pioneer Village - recreation of a 1630 Puritan Village; period actors; check hours; 98 West Ave., 978-744-8815WEBSITE
Salem Old Town Hall - location of Cry Innocent, show re-enacting the witch hunts; limited schedule; 32 Derby Sq., 978-867-4767WEBSITE
Salem Time Machine - formerly Salem's Thirteen Ghosts; Haunted House and ghost tour in October; 131 Essex St., 978-741-1170WEBSITE
Salem Wax Museum - Salem witch history notables, pirates, and author Nathaniel Hawthorne; 288 Derby St., 978-740-2929WEBSITE
Salem Willows Park - picnic area, arcade, carousel, concessions weather permitting; beach, fishing pier; short drive from downtown; 167 Fort Ave., 978-745-0251WEBSITE
Salem Witch History Museum - live presentation; downstairs tour of fifteen scenes; 197-201 Essex St., 978-741-7770WEBSITE
Salem Witch Museum - dramatic presentation of Witch Trials; 19 1/2 Washington Sq. North, 978-744-1692WEBSITE
Salem Witch Village - guided tour about the history of witchcraft and the witch hunts; 282 Derby St., 978-740-2929WEBSITE
The Custom House - Federal style building preserved across from Derby Wharf; 176 Derby St., 978-740-1650WEBSITE
Gardner-Pingree House 1805 - Federal style house, beautiful interior decor; part of Peabody Essex Museum; 128 Essex St., 978-745-9500WEBSITE
Peirce-Nichols House - remodeled in Federal style by Samuel McIntire; part of Peabody Essex Museum; 80 Federal St., 978-745-9500WEBSITE
Crowinshield Bentley House - Georgian colonial home; part of Peabody Essex Museum; 126 Essex St., 978-745-9500WEBSITE
The Witch House - Jonathan Corwin House, home of local magistrate at time of witch trials; 310 Essex St., 978-744-8815WEBSITE
Witch Dungeon Museum - actors recreate witch trials; 16 Lynde St., 978-741-3570WEBSITE
Bewitched Statue - roadsideamerica.com; downtown Salem in Lappin ParkWEBSITE
Derby Square Tours - walking tours, special tours in OctoberWEBSITE
Haunted Happenings - official website for Salem's Halloween information, news, events, activitiesWEBSITE
Hocus Pocus Tours - family owned tour company; informative, entertainingWEBSITE
Salem Historical Tours - day and evening tours, varied themes, "Haunted Footsteps Ghost Tour"WEBSITE
Salem Maritime National Historic Site - includes Derby & Hawkes Houses, tall ship at waterfront; ck. website for hoursWEBSITE
Salem Trolley - hour long tour and all day transportation for exploring SalemWEBSITE
The Burying Point - graveyard in downtown SalemWEBSITE

Kids
Count Orlok's Nightmare Gallery - monster museum on Derby St.; haunted house during October; 285 Derby St., 978-740-0500WEBSITE
House of the Seven Gables - Capt. John Turner House, subject of Nathaniel Hawthorne's book; tours; 115 Derby St., 978-744-0991WEBSITE
National Park Service Salem Visitor Center - free history of Essex County film; info; gift shop; 2 New Liberty St., 978-740-1650WEBSITE
New England Pirate Museum - tour guide leads you through museum; artifacts, treasure, pirate ship; 274 Derby St., 978-741-2800WEBSITE
Peabody Essex Museum - downtown Salem museum of art and culture; hands-on activities, gift shop; 161 Essex St., 978-745-9500WEBSITE
Gallows Hill Museum & Theatre - formerly Witches Cottage; live witchcraft; ghost shows; special events; group shows; 7 Lynde St., 978-825-0222WEBSITE
Pioneer Village - recreation of a 1630 Puritan Village; period actors; check hours; 98 West Ave., 978-744-8815WEBSITE
Salem Old Town Hall - location of Cry Innocent, show re-enacting the witch hunts; limited schedule; 32 Derby Sq., 978-867-4767WEBSITE
Salem Time Machine - formerly Salem's Thirteen Ghosts; Haunted House and ghost tour in October; 131 Essex St., 978-741-1170WEBSITE
Salem Wax Museum - Salem witch history notables, pirates, and author Nathaniel Hawthorne; 288 Derby St., 978-740-2929WEBSITE
Salem Willows Park - picnic area, arcade, carousel, concessions weather permitting; beach, fishing pier; short drive from downtown; 167 Fort Ave., 978-745-0251WEBSITE
Salem Witch History Museum - live presentation; downstairs tour of fifteen scenes; 197-201 Essex St., 978-741-7770WEBSITE
Salem Witch Museum - dramatic presentation of Witch Trials; 19 1/2 Washington Sq. North, 978-744-1692WEBSITE
Salem Witch Village - guided tour about the history of witchcraft and the witch hunts; 282 Derby St., 978-740-2929WEBSITE
The Custom House - Federal style building preserved across from Derby Wharf; 176 Derby St., 978-740-1650WEBSITE
Gardner-Pingree House 1805 - Federal style house, beautiful interior decor; part of Peabody Essex Museum; 128 Essex St., 978-745-9500WEBSITE
Peirce-Nichols House - remodeled in Federal style by Samuel McIntire; part of Peabody Essex Museum; 80 Federal St., 978-745-9500WEBSITE
Crowinshield Bentley House - Georgian colonial home; part of Peabody Essex Museum; 126 Essex St., 978-745-9500WEBSITE
The Witch House - Jonathan Corwin House, home of local magistrate at time of witch trials; 310 Essex St., 978-744-8815WEBSITE
Witch Dungeon Museum - actors recreate witch trials; 16 Lynde St., 978-741-3570WEBSITE
Bewitched Statue - roadsideamerica.com; downtown Salem in Lappin ParkWEBSITE
Derby Square Tours - walking tours, special tours in OctoberWEBSITE
Haunted Happenings - official website for Salem's Halloween information, news, events, activitiesWEBSITE
Hocus Pocus Tours - family owned tour company; informative, entertainingWEBSITE
Salem Historical Tours - day and evening tours, varied themes, "Haunted Footsteps Ghost Tour"WEBSITE
Salem Maritime National Historic Site - includes Derby & Hawkes Houses, tall ship at waterfront; ck. website for hoursWEBSITE
Salem Trolley - hour long tour and all day transportation for exploring SalemWEBSITE

In October Shops Cast a Spell on Visitors to Salem, Massachusetts