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Delicious Cuisine. Unique Shops. Engaging Tours. Unmatched History.
Due to COVID-19, if you are considering a visit to Salem this October and you do not have lodging booked or tickets or reservations purchased in advance, the City of Salem recommends that you postpone your visit until after Halloween or October 2021. Special events planned for Salem Haunted Happenings have been canceled due to the pandemic and all venues are working with limited occupancy and public health guidelines. Thanks for your help as we work to keep everyone healthy and safe. We would love to see you another time.
Please visit salem.org/covid19 to find detailed information about Salem’s preparedness for COVID-19. We appreciate your support of Salem and look forward to helping you plan a visit to Salem soon.
Note that there is a travel order in effect for visitors coming into Massachusetts from most states. Visitors are required to fill out a traveler form on mass.gov/matraveler and indicate whether they will quarantine for 14 days upon arrival in MA or present a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of travel. The fine for noncompliance is $500 per day. The form and more information is available at mass.gov/matraveler.
How will you spend your visit to Salem, MA?
The printed version of the 2020 Salem Guide is now available, order your FREE copy below! Find all of the information you need, all in one place. Download our 2020 Digital Flipbook & Map Of Downtown Salem.
Please note the following corrections for the 2020 Salem Guide:
- Witch Dr. is located at 109 Lafayette Street (p. 55)
- Please confirm event dates and operating hours with individual businesses.