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Photo: © Festival of the Dead  October special events: Psychic Fair, Vampires' Masquerade Ball, Salem Witches' Halloween Ball

Photo: © Amelia Payson House Bed and Breakfast, Salem  Welcoming visitors to Salem since 1984

Photo: © The Trolley Depot  A strange little store in a great little city!

Photo: © Kate Fox, Destination Salem  Salem HAUNTED HAPPENINGS October 2015

Photo: © ES Suites Sonesta Andover  only minutes from Salem

Photo: © Stepping Stone Bed and Breakfast  Located in the heart of Salem

Photo: © Northey Street Bed and Breakfast  Voted Best of North Shore 2011 and 2010

Photo: © ES Suites Sonesta Burlington  only minutes from Salem

Photo: © Henry Zbyszynski  Witches Cup bike race

Photo: © Patricia Kessler  Coach House Inn Bed and Breakfast, Salem

Photo: © Peg Femino Camarda  Henry Derby House (vacation rental), Salem

Photo: © Peabody Essex Museum  The origins of this museum date to 1799

Photo: © Bewitched After Dark, Salem  Historical walking tours - day and evening tours available

Photo: © The Salem Inn  The Captain West House

Photo: © The Salem Trolley  A great way to see Salem!

Photo: © Four Points by Sheraton Wakefield Boston   only minutes from Salem

Photo: © Morning Glory B and B, Salem  Summer blooms

Photo: © The Salem Haunted Magic Show  ALL NEW SHOW for October 2017

Photo: © Jeff Weeks Photography  Winter Island Lighthouse, Salem

Photo: © Salem Witch Museum  Salem's Most Visited Museum

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Since 1626, when Roger Conant arrived with the first settlers, Salem, Massachusetts has been attracting people from all points of the compass. Many come to visit and some decide to stay and make Salem their home.

It may be most widely known as the site of the Salem witchcraft trials of 1692, but this colorful, coastal city has much to offer both residents and visitors: a culturally diverse population, a rich maritime heritage, an impressive display of historic architecture and amazing stories that span almost four centuries.

Stroll through our Salem links for a spell and let your imagination set sail.

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