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photo - National Park Service Regional Visitor Center

The National Park Service Regional Visitor Center in Salem is an official Visitor Center for the Essex National Heritage Area.

 
Salem Maritime National Historic Park, photo by Rod Parker

Salem Maritime, the first National Historic Site in the National Park System, was established to preserve and interpret the maritime history of New England and the United States.

 
Amelia Payson House B&B

The Amelia Payson House Bed & Breakfast in the heart of Historic Salem, MA, features well appointed accommodations in an elegant yet welcoming home.

 
photo of Bella Verona

Bella Verona opened it's doors in 1996 as sister Restaurant to Bella Venezia - Bella Mia of Beverly. It has earned it's place as a family run Northern Italian restaurant.

 
photo of Caffe Graziani

Conveniently located on Salem's Heritage Trail within walking distance of many historical attractions and the waterfront.

 
photo - Clipper Ship Inn

Located in historic Salem, Massachusetts, the Clipper Ship Inn is the only motel in town. The Inn is within walking distance of Salem's attractions and museums.

 
Coach House Inn photo

This Victorian mansion, built by a sea captain in 1879, retains the charm and elegance of an earlier era.

 
photo of Coffee Time Bake Shop

Home of the Real Cream Bismark! Along with some of the best goodies in Salem - including pastries, cupcakes, cookies, pies in shop. Items available to order.

 
photo of Derby Street Historic District

The Derby Street Historic District runs from Herbert Street north to Blockhouse Square. It also includes the House of the Seven Gables on Turner Street.

 
Derby Wharf Light Station photo

Derby Wharf Light Station has aided navigation in Salem Harbor since it was first lit in 1871.

 

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