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    Salem, MA is usually associated accosicated for it's tourism and cultural aspects typically associated with the Salem Witch Trials of 1692. This aspect of the city is embraced highly.

    So highly, infact, during non tourist seasons you will not be able to see the museums associated with the history of the city. One of which is the Pirate Museum. Now most people do not associate Salem with Pirates. But Piracy does prove to be a pivital point in US history. They helped with the US win over the Revolutionary War.

    In this place infamous pirate captains, like as; Blackbeard, Kidd and Quelch, voyaged the waters off Boston’s North seashore, famous for the Gold Coast, and self-styled witches were hanged up at Salem. Many pirates like today’s new Englanders spent their summer here and winter in the tropics. In fact, most 17th and 18th centuries were new Yorkers and new Englanders, with merchandise from Europe and silver and gold from America. A number of illegal people buried their wealth and treasures in the islands far from the seashore that are still there and some are just going to be dug up.

    Salem National Maritime National Historic Site is the first National Historic Site designated by Congress.

    Remember to ask the shop owners any questions you may have. They have a lot of historical knowledge and a wealthy of information to share with you!

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    • Hamilton Hall (Salem, Massachusetts)
      0.22 Km from Salem
      Hamilton Hall is a National Historic Landmark at 9 Chestnut Street in Salem, Massachusetts in the Chestnut Street District in Salem, Massachusetts. Designed by noted Salem builder Samuel McIntire and built in 1805-07, it is an excellent instance of a public Federalist style building. It was built as a social space for the leading families of Salem, and was named for Founding Father and Federalist Party leader Alexander Hamilton. It continues to function as a social hall today: it is used for eve...
    • Cabot Street Cinema Theatre
      3.83 Km from Salem
      The Cabot Street Cinema Theatre is located at 286 Cabot Street in Beverly, Massachusetts. It offered live performances of the Le Grand David Spectacular Magic Company from February 1977 through May 2012. During that time the resident company also showed feature films "worth seeing more than once." On May 15, 2013, the owners/Le Grand David company announced that the Cabot is for sale. For more than ninety years the Cabot Street Cinema Theatre has been an important part of the Boston's ...
    • Swampscott (MBTA station)
      5.53 Km from Salem
      The Swampscott Railroad Depot is a historic passenger rail station in the Stick/Eastlake style, located in the southwest portion of Swampscott, Massachusetts near the Lynn border. Although the depot building is no longer in use, the location is still a stop on the MBTA Commuter Rail Newburyport/Rockport Line. The MBTA's Swampscott station serves as a park-and-ride location for Swampscott and adjoining Marblehead; it is fully handicapped accessible.
    • Swampscott Fish House
      5.89 Km from Salem
      Swampscott Fish House is a historic fishing supply storage house off Humphrey Street on Fisherman's Beach in Swampscott, Massachusetts. It is the oldest active fish house in the country. The Shingle style house was built in 1896 on land taken by eminent domain. The Fish House consolidated the many fishing structures that stretched along the oceanfront obscuring views of the ocean and subtracting from the area's appeal as a swimming beach. The Fish House is also home to the Swampscott Yacht Club ...
    • Saugus Town Hall
      11.07 Km from Salem
    • Meetinghouse Common District
      12.77 Km from Salem
      The Meetinghouse Common District is a historic district on Summer, South Common, and Main Streets in Lynnfield, Massachusetts surrounding the town common. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.
    • Flint Public Library
      12.92 Km from Salem
      The Charles Flint Public Library is the public library of Middleton, Massachusetts. It is located in a Richardsonian Romanesque building at 2 North Main Street in the center of the town. The building, the only Romanesque building in Middleton, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2002.
    • Henfield House
      13.45 Km from Salem
      The Henfield House is a historic First Period house at 300 Main Street in Lynnfield, Massachusetts. The oldest portion of this 2.5 story saltbox colonial was built c. 1700; this consisted of the right side of the house (including the shed section to its rear) and the central chimney. The left side was built early in the 18th century. The only other major modification was the addition of a shed dormer in the early 20th century, and some single story additions extending from the rear of the house ...
    • Melrose Public Library
      15.51 Km from Salem
      The Melrose Public Library is a historic library at 69 W. Emerson Street in Melrose, Massachusetts. The original T-shaped building was built in 1904, and is a two story Colonial Revival structure faced in brick with limestone trim. It was built with funds contributed by philanthropist Andrew Carnegie to a design by Lynn architect Penn Varney, and features stained glass windows by Wilbur H. Burnham. A modern single story addition was added in 1963 to the rear and left side of the building. The bu...
    • Beebe Estate
      15.91 Km from Salem
      The Beebe Estate, built in 1828, is a historic house at 235 W. Foster Street in Melrose, Massachusetts. The two story building is a sophisticated expression of Greek Revival architecture, with corner pilasters, and a front entry portico with fluted Doric columns and a gabled pediment. A railing surrounds the hip roof, which has a cupola at its center. The house was built in 1828 by William Foster, a Boston merchant, as a summer house, and was owned from 1854 to 1963 by members of the Bigelow and...

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    • 15 Beach St #668
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      15 Beach St #668, Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA 01944, USA
    • 326 Commercial Street
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      326 Commercial Street, Boston, MA 02109, USA
    • Gloucester
      Gloucester is a city located on Cape Ann in Essex County, Massachusetts, roughly 40miles northeast of Boston. Gloucester was founded in 1623 by the "Dorchester Company" - an exhibition chartered by James I of England. This makes Gloucester the oldest settlement in what would become Massachusetts - predating both Salem and Boston itself.

      Gloucester has a very proud fishing and shipbuilding history with its most famous seafood business being what is presently known as Gorton's, dating back to 1849 under various names.

      Gloucester also claims to be the origin of the schooner, with the first reportedly being built there in 1713.

      Gloucester is widely known for the movie A Perfect Storm starring George Clooney and Mark Wahlberg that was released in 2000. This movies was based on actual events that took place in 1991.
      Gloucester, MA, USA
    • Boston
      Having found itself at the heart of a number of cultural revolutions over the years, and a center of anything from religious freedom to philosophy, Boston is nevertheless an averaged sized and unassuming city. It’s progressive, barrier-breaking outlook and prominent role in American visual arts, however, push the case for promoting it’s massive contribution to liberal American culture, and help justify the city’s controversial ‘Athens of America’ tag and astounding international reputation.

      You’ll probably want to immerse yourself in the city’s impressive history, and a good place to start is by following the neatly laid out freedom trail. It’ll take you through sixteen important sites; everything from Boston Common (America’s oldest public path) to the Bunker Hill Monument, with plenty in the way of revolutionary landmarks to ogle on the way.

      If you want to get a feel for New England, you can do that without even leaving the city, too. Head for Boston Harbor, where you can camp out under the stars on one of the narrow islands, or scramble around a ruined fort on your hands and knees before taking a frosty dip in the North Atlantic. Follow it up with a trip to the patriotic Samuel Adams brewery, and wash away the shivers with a sample and an insight into the beer making process.

      It wouldn’t be Boston, of course, without a passion for baseball, and a visit to Fenway Park is an essential part of the Boston experience. Have a hot dog and a beer at a game and soak up the local’s passion for Fenway Park. In extended pleasure, head for one of the countless cultural events that Boston’s become known for: art exhibitions, musical events, and there’s plenty to keep you busy, especially around Independence Day, when the Charles River and Boston Harbor becomes the heart of a mammoth cultural festival. You can save a small fortune on it all by snapping up a Boston City Pass early on in your trip.

      A liberal take on American cultural tradition lies deep in Boston’s core, making it an enjoyable and ever important city. Dive into its eclectic heart, and make the most of it.
      Boston, MA, USA
    • Somerville
      Somerville, Massachusetts is located 3-4km Northeast of Boston city proper.

      The biggest shopping venue of the county, Assembly Row, is located at 340 Canal St, Somerville, MA.
      Somerville, MA, USA
    • 1 Boston Place 37th Floor
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      1 Boston Place 37th Floor, Boston, MA 02108, USA
    • 225 Franklin St # 15
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      225 Franklin St # 15, Boston, MA 02110, USA
    • 15 Court Square Suite 320
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      15 Court Square Suite 320, Boston, MA 02108, USA
    • Castle Island
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      Castle Island, 2010 William J Day Blvd, Boston, MA 02127, USA
    • Club Quarters Hotel in Boston
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      Club Quarters Hotel in Boston, 161 Devonshire St, Boston, MA 02110, USA

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    Graphic showing average weather in Salem in Celcius and Centimeters (Change to Farenheit and Inches)

    Month Temp °C Rainfall Cm Temp °F Rainfall Inches
    Jan -2.1 151.9 28.2 59.8
    Feb -2.3 129 27.9 50.8
    Mar 2 132.5 35.6 52.2
    Apr 7.5 112.7 45.5 44.4
    May 13.4 91.6 56.1 36.1
    Jun 18.3 94.1 64.9 37
    Jul 21.4 96.8 70.5 38.1
    Aug 20.4 88.8 68.7 35
    Sep 16.8 104.6 62.2 41.2
    Oct 11.3 91.4 52.3 36
    Nov 5.6 117.7 42.1 46.3
    Dec -0.3 134.8 31.5 53.1

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