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256 Washington Street
Salem, MA


  • Motorcoach Parking: No


  • Wifi: No
  • ADA Compliant: No
  • Pet Friendly: No
  • Function Space Available: No
  • Family Friendly: Yes

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
  • Reduced capacity / occupancy


The Record Exchange, a Salem institution since 1974, is a truly independent music shop buying and selling quality used, new & collectible records, CDs, DVD’s Blu-rays and more! Browse a broad, ever-changing, and eclectic selection of fairly priced used, new, & collectible LPs in many genres in a friendly & casual atmosphere with folks who share your passion for music and movies. From classic rock and metal to blues and jazz, and so much more, there’s always something to discover at the Record Exchange! Top prices paid for collections and accumulations of nice quality records, too. Hope to see you when you visit Salem. Check us out on Facebook!



Record Exchange Hours & Covid Guidelines: Jan 30 – Feb 5 (We are CLOSED Wednesday February 2nd!)
CLOSED: Monday-Tuesday – Wednesday 1/30 through 2/1; Sunday 2/5
OPEN: Thursday 2/2 from 10:30 to 4:30
Friday – Saturday 2/3-4 from 10:30 to 5:00

NOTE: We will ALSO be CLOSED Wednesday, February 8th!

1. FACE MASKS REQUIRED – please BRING yours! (Visitors please ask if you need one…happy to provide)
2. 12 customer MAXIMUM at one time in store
3. Please give others space in the shop…thanks!

NEWS: 1. WINTER WEATHER – please check our FB page for UPDATES (late opening-early closures).
2.Some fine used LP stock AND scarce vintage music books going out this week…check the wall & bins carefully! 3. We are CLOSED Wednesday, February 8th!

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