House of the Seven Gables (GARDENS OPEN, INTERIORS CLOSED)

Halloween, History, Literature, Museums & Attractions

The 2020 Gardens and Grounds experience will be our offering for the foreseeable future:

– a brand new audio tour of the gardens and grounds
– a link to a virtual tour of the Turner-Ingersoll Mansion
– access to our Visitor Center and Museum Store Restroom access will be for ticket holders ONLY. We have a very limited capacity in our Visitor Center and lines should be expected.

Hours of operation: Friday – Tuesday 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Cost: $7/person/all ages

Please note: We have a variety of safety measures in place to ensure a healthy experience for our staff and visitors. Compliance with these regulations will be required. Face coverings are required, social distance from other household groups must be maintained, and healthy hand hygiene is expected. There is no interior access to other structures.

Learn more and plan your visit here.

 The House of the Seven Gables Settlement Association was founded in 1910 by Caroline Emmerton. She restored the Turner-Ingersoll Mansion, opened it as a museum and used proceeds from admission to support important social work. Today, the organization continues her legacy by preserving our National Historic Landmark District and leveraging its power as an icon of American culture to support educational programs in our local community.

Groups welcome! Click here to learn more.

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House of the Seven Gables


115 Derby Street
Salem, MA

Public Health Guidelines

Physical distancing of 6’ or more required

Face coverings or masks required

Hand sanitizer or hand washing stations available

Contactless payment available and encouraged

Online ordering encouraged

Reduced capacity / occupancy may increase wait times

Reservations Recommended