As the official destination marketing organization for the City of Salem, Destination Salem cooperatively markets Salem as one of Massachusetts’ best destinations for families, couples, domestic and international travelers who are seeking an authentic New England experience, cultural enrichment, American history, fine dining, unique shopping and fun.
The organization is a nonprofit, public-private partnership funded by both the City of Salem and the businesses that invest in advertising in the annual Salem City Guide & Map and the annual Guide to Haunted Happenings.
Shipping: 81 Washington Street, Suite 204
Mailing: P.O. Box 630, Salem, MA 01970
877 SALEM MA (725-3662) Toll Free | (978) 741-3252 Telephone
(978) 741-7539 Fax
Destination Salem cooperatively markets, promotes and manages tourism in Salem. The organization advocates the kind of tourism which improves the quality of life for Salem residents and provides the greatest economic benefits to Salem’s tax payers. Destination Salem strives to take a leadership position in the development and promotion of high-end, year-round tourism.
Destination Salem’s marketing initiatives focus on the following markets: Leisure Travelers, Regional Visitors, Group Tours, LGBTQ Visitors, International Travelers and Cruise Passengers. The organization strategically places destination advertising and organizes cooperative advertising to reach audiences in these markets.
Kate Fox, Executive Director
Stacia Cooper, Assistant Director/Sales
Brittany DiCologero, Communications Manager
Posted August 26, 2021: Communications Specialist
Tim Maguire, Salem Night Tour
Derek O’Brien, Peabody Essex Museum
Teri Kalgren, Artemisia Botanicals
Ryan Miller, Salem Waterfront Hotel & Suites
Wendy Meigs, Salem Resident
Tina Jordan, Salem Witch Museum
Jim Bostick, Salem Arts Association
Karen Davis, Coon’s Cards & Gift Shop
Tammy Harrington, Salem Trolley
Amy Job, Jolie Tea Company
Claire Kallelis, Hawthorne Hotel
Kara McLaughlin, The House of the Seven Gables
Jessica Moody, Moody’s Home & Gifts
Erik Rodenhiser, Gallows Hill Museum/Theatre
Karen Scalia, Salem Food Tours
Danielle Turner, Turner’s Seafood
National Park Liaison
Earl Perez-Foust, Salem Maritime National Historic Site
Mayor Kim Driscoll, City of Salem
Kathleen Winn, City of Salem
Rinus Oosthoek, Salem Chamber of Commerce
Ann Marie Casey, North of Boston CVB
Kate Fox, Executive Director
Salem City Council Liaison
Josh Turiel, Councillor for Ward 5
Statement of Inclusion
Salem’s tourism community is dedicated to promoting acceptance of diversity and combating discrimination. We are committed to the wellbeing of our community and encourage everyone to challenge bigotry and to promote a prejudice-free environment in which all people are respected, understood, and appreciated for who they are and how they identify.
Destination Salem reminds our visitors, employees, and residents to hold each other accountable, take care of one another, and be kind.