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Historic shipping port with loads of character. . .and, yes, witches . . .
Explore America's oldest continually operating museum, hear tales of intrigue and mass panic, and stroll the decks of a reconstructed 1797 merchant ship. This coastal town on Boston's north shore may be best known for the 1692 Salem witch trials (and the many attractions dedicated to the history of that hysteria), but so many other activities welcome guests in Salem. Visit and discover a rich maritime heritage, an impressive display of historic architecture, a wide selection of dining options, wares from modern artists and artisans of many skills and trades, and the beautiful beaches and lighthouses in nearby Marblehead.