Salem Together

The City of Salem has released a “Salem Together Pledge” to promote the shared responsibility required to keep residents, employees, and visitors healthy as businesses…

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Postcards from Salem, Massachusetts

We’re joining the Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism and the North of Boston CVB in sharing #PostcardsfromMA! Download the postcards below to share on…

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Salem Farmers Market Opens June 11 at the Bentley School Lot

The Salem Farmers Market returns for its 12th season at a new, temporary location at the Bentley School parking lot, Thursdays 3-7 pm June 11-October…

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#DestSalem Photos We Loved in April

We love seeing everyone’s posts from around Salem, Massachusetts on social media and wanted to share a few of our favorites from last month. Check…

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Destination Salem, MA
COVID-19 Traveler FAQ – Destination Salem

We miss you!  Salem is not the same without visitors from near and far. As we prepare to start reopening this summer, we have compiled…

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covid-19 update for Salem, MA
Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Salem, Massachusetts

Like communities across the Commonwealth, the country, and the world, Salem is responding to the Coronavirus outbreak. We have recently updated the business and calendar…

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5 Reasons to Visit Salem in 2020

There is more to see and do in Salem than ever before! Find inspiration for your next trip to Salem this year below and discover…

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Salem Ancestry Info
Salem Ancestry Days

Salem Ancestry Days has been rescheduled to April 30-May 1, 2021. Celebrate genealogy and ancestral connections to Salem, Massachusetts, during a weekend of lectures, tours,…

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Charter Street Cemetery
Charter Street Cemetery Closed for Restoration Work June 1-October 2020

 Charter Street Cemetery will be closed for restoration work June 1-October 2020 for landscape restoration and improvements including the installation of new pathways, lighting and…

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Parking Options for #newPEM & Food Trucks, September 28-29

The final weekend of September 2019 will feature both the grand opening of the much-anticipated expansion of the Peabody Essex Museum and, just one block…

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April Vacation is a Perfect Time to Visit Salem!

Come for the Witch Trials of 1692, maritime trade, and The Scarlet Letter. Stay for the culture, art, restaurants, shopping, and New England experience!  Here…

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Discounts for Federal Employees During the Government Shutdown

Salem Maritime National Historic Site is affected by the government shutdown and is closed until further notice. Here are some things you can do to…

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5 Reasons to Visit Salem in 2019

There is more to see and do in Salem than ever before! Find inspiration for your next trip to Salem this year below and discover…

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5 Ways to Start Your Visit to Salem, Massachusetts

Salem Regional Visitor Center Start at the Salem Regional Visitor Center at 2 New Liberty Street to pick up a map, watch short films on…

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10 Things to Know About Salem, Massachusetts

With a festival or celebration every month of the year, a robust local theater scene, active nightlife, and ever-changing museum programming, you will always find…

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Salem Celebrates the Fourth

Festivities include children’s events, a military flyover, Pops concert, and Fireworks. Mayor Kimberley Driscoll is pleased to announce that Salem will hold its Independence Day…

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