Explore Salem this spring and make your own magic with attractions, special events, and more. Most museums and attractions, including walking tours and the Salem Trolley are now open regular summer hours. Attractions that are opening within the next month are listed below.

Visitor Information

Salem Regional Visitor Center
2 New Liberty Street | 978-740-1650
Open daily 10:00 am-5:00 pm Self-guided walking tours and Junior Ranger packets are also available online. Visitor information is also available at Waite & Peirce National Park Service Information Center & Park Store at 193 Derby Street.

Museums & Attractions

Boat Tours to Bakers Island Lighthouse
Visitor Center, 2 New Liberty Street | 978-224-2036
Tickets available online. Opens June 16!

Count Orlok’s Nightmare Gallery
217 Essex Street | 978-740-0500
New location for 2018 along the Essex Street Pedestrian Mall. See website for opening date.

Cry Innocent
Old Town Hall, 32 Derby Square | 978-810-2588
Performance information available online. Opens June 17!

Old Burying Point Cemetery
Charter Street
Founded in 1637, Salem’s oldest graveyard and the final resting place of several notable Salem residents. The cemetery is open daily and closes after dark. In 2018, the cemetery will be closed for extended periods of time for significant improvements. Check this page for updates before your visit. 

Pioneer Village
Forest River Park | 978-744-8815
Open June-September, Saturdays and Sundays with tours at 12:30 pm, 1:30 pm, and 2:30 pm. Opens June 2018!

Waite & Peirce National Park Service Information Center & Park Store
193 Derby Street | 978-744-4319
Open daily, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm. Visitor information is available at Waite and Peirce at the Salem Maritime National Historic Site.

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