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Seventeenth Century Saturdays at Historic New England’s Gedney House

Gedney House in Salem Massachusetts Visit Gedney House during Seventeenth Century Saturdays and see why it is not your typical historic house. View original post-and-beam timbers, brick nogging, and early decorative finishes in Salem’s second oldest historic house.

The next Seventeenth Century Saturdays will take place on Saturday, September 5. Tours are $5.00 for adults and free for Historic New England members and Salem residents. The museum will be open from 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. with tours available on the hour. Space on tours is limited due to the structure of the house.

Please call 978-744-0440 or visit historicnewengland.org for more information. The Gedney House is located at 21 High Street in Salem. The Gedney House will be open one final time to the public in 2015—on October 3 for the final Seventeenth Century Saturdays.



The following locations in Salem are also open for tours during Seventeenth Century Saturdays on September 5: 

The House of the Seven Gables, 1668
115 Derby Street

Salem Maritime National Historic Site
Narbonne House, 1675
71 Essex Street

Peabody Essex Museum
John Ward House, c. 1684 (tour at 11:30 am)
161 Essex Street

Salem in 1630 (Pioneer Village), 1930
(Replica of 1630)
Forest River Park

The Witch House (Jonathan Corwin House), before 1675
310 Essex Street

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