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Discover the timeless feel of the iconic Hawthorne Hotel located in downtown Salem, MA. Behind the imposing façade, the 93-room hotel reveals its distinct and elegant historic character. An episode of Bewitched was filmed there and many spooky events are held there.
Beautiful paneled dining room, often with a roaring fire in the fireplace! A cozy spot for dinner or drinks or brunch!
A charming historical spot in Salem The tavern at the hotel is so quaint, warm and cozy. Enjoy a light snack, meal or just a beverage. The lobby is so lovely and quaint. Quintessential New England at its best... Festive lobby decor, varies depending on the time of year.
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“A great way to start your exploration of Salem. The one hour narrated tour brings you all around the city. ”
- Recommandé par 10 habitants
“Located in a former Salem jail: Arcade games with a particular focus on the 1980s and 1990s. Elk burgers served on black garlic-glazed doughnut/croissant hybrids. Cocktails named after arcade game characters. There’s also a pleasant 60-seat patio if you need a sun-drenched break from Pac-Man.”
- Recommandé par 5 habitants
“This is one of the most stunning streets on the North Shore! You cannot miss this street when you are in Salem, The homes are magnifiscent. The Chestnut Street District is a historic district here in Salem, Massachusetts. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. The district contains a number of architecturally significant works of Samuel McIntire, a builder and woodworker who had a house and workshop at 31 Summer Street, and who designed and built a number of these houses, and others that display the profits made in the Old China Trade by Salem's merchants. The district is a subset of a larger locally designated McIntire Historic District.”
- Recommandé par 4 habitants
“4:00pm - Visit one of the oldest and creepiest houses in Salem, that once belonged to one of the judges of the trials”
- Recommandé par 11 habitants
“The Salem Maritime National Historic Site covers about 9 acres along the waterfront of Salem Harbor. The site comprises 12 historic buildings that were associated with the maritime history of Salem in the 18th and 19th centuries. There is also the recreated 171-foot 3-mast Friendship vessel. It is an exact replica of the 1797 ship which made 12 voyages across the globe to India, China, Russia, and South America. The replica is open to the public as a museum. ”
- Recommandé par 8 habitants