New England Pirate Museum
The New England Pirate Museum is a fun-filled museum that appeals to kids and adults alike. It is located on Derby Street, a block south of the Peabody Essex Museum. The Pirate Museum presents exciting stories on some of the most notorious pirates who roamed the waters of Boston and New York. There…
Educational presentations on historic pirates, plus wax figures, some artifacts & a souvenir shop.
“Phillips House is the only home on historic Chestnut Street open to the public, and it provides a glimpse into the private world of the Phillips family during the early decades of the twentieth century. The kitchen, pantry, and a domestic staff bedroom, present a rarely seen picture of how the great houses functioned as new technologies were being introduced.”
“Located in a former Salem jail: Arcade games with a particular focus on the 1980s and 1990s. Elk burgers served on black garlic-glazed doughnut/croissant hybrids. Cocktails named after arcade game characters. There’s also a pleasant 60-seat patio if you need a sun-drenched break from Pac-Man.”
“This cinematic Monster museum is one of Salem's most unique and sometimes overlooked attractions! If you enjoy monsters, don't miss this attraction! This museum is dedicated to all those who have entertained us in the world of Horror, Fantasy and Sci-Fi! Actors, directors and special effects wizards of the past and present are all honored here with over 60 realistic and life-sized recreations of the horror's genre's most memorable characters. With NEW yearly additions the monsters are quite calm and won't move at all.”
“Old fashioned candy shop for those Chocoholics who can only have the best! ”