Celebrate Easter in Salem, MA by going out for brunch or enjoying something sweet with locally made Easter candies. Find a new outfit or Easter greeting cards in our downtown stores, and organize a visit with the Easter Bunny himself to make the most of the holiday in Salem. In the weeks leading up to Easter, be sure to stop...
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View this list as a printable pdf here. Friday, August 27 10:00 am-8:00 pm “Salem Stories” at PEM Peabody Essex Museum | pem.org Using selections from PEM’s vast collection, see more than 100 works, including paintings, sculpture, textiles, decorative arts, photos, natural history specimens, manuscripts, posters, books, eyewitness accounts, and even a murder weapons. 10:00 am-8:00 pm “In American Waters”...
From the 17th centuries through the early 19th centuries, Salem was one of the most important ports in North America, and the Salem waterfront was lined with wharves that were owned and managed by wealthy merchant families like the Derbys, Crowninshields, and Turners. Salem captains sailed their ships to exotic ports in the Far East, Caribbean, Africa, and Europe and...