Salem Haunts
 

walking tours by a lifetime Salem, ma resident

Salem Haunts

 

Salem is a great walking city full of rich history and lots of mystery.

Explore Salem with a Local will last 2 hours, and include sites related to the Salem Witch Trials, the Revolutionary War,
and the historic district. It will bring you to areas of the city you may not discover on your own.
This tour is recommended if you would like to learn more about Salem’s full history.

The History and Hauntings Tour will focus primarily on the Witch Trials of 1692,
including reputed hauntings and curses.
It will last 1 1/2 hours and will circle the downtown area.

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If you prefer to pay by cash at the time of tour, drop me a note on the ‘Contact’ link to reserve.

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Our meeting spot is: 30 Church Street, Salem, outdoors in front of East Regiment Brewery. It is a brick building with an overhang. There is public parking in the West Lot just after our meeting spot to the left, and in the Museum Place Garage in the Witch City Mall at the bottom of the street on the right. If you are taking the train from Boston to Salem, take the Rockport/Newburyport line; the Salem stop is less than 1/4 mile from the train station. The closest public restrooms to the start are in the Witch City Mall.

IMPORTANT: If you are visiting Salem, it can get very busy and congested. Please leave plenty of time to arrive.