Salem, MA & Essex Towns Photos
Salem, MA is a town known for its witch trials, but which rose to early prominence for the shipping trade it established with the Orient and other parts of the world. When the town went into decline because its port was to shallow for larger, faster ships, its rich architectural heritage was locked in time. Now those early American structures and mansions form the core of Salem's tourist industry, with some being managed and interpreted by the National Park Service. Nearby Essex town which are easy to visit from Salem are in this index.
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|Friendship of Salem, Custom House & National Parks Sites, Salem, MA|
|House of Seven Gables, Salem, MA|
|Jonathan Corwin House aka Witch House Museum, Salem, MA|
|Peabody Essex Museum, Maritime Collection, Salem, MA|
|Peabody Essex Museum, Decorative Arts, Salem, MA|
|John Ward House Museum, Salem, MA|
|Crowninshield-Bentley House Museum, Salem, MA|
|Gardner Pingree House Museum, Salem, MA|
|Peirce-Nichols House Museum, Salem, MA|
|Historic Architecture of Salem, MA|
|Marblehead, MA Town|
|Jeremiah Lee Mansion, Marblehead, MA|
|Abbot Hall, Marblehead, MA|
|Beverly, MA Town||Balch House, Beverly, MA|
|Rev. Hale Farm House, Beverly, MA||John Cabot House, Beverly, MA|
|Hammond Castle Museum, Gloucester, MA|
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