Salem Trolley Inc
A great way to start your exploration of Salem. The one hour narrated tour brings you all around the city.
As a former Boston trolley tour guide from the mid 90's I am a big fan of historical trolley tours! Its a great affordable way $15 (1 hr ) to learn about a city or towns history. And to catch a glimpse of places you may have otherwise missed. The tour is fully narrated. A great overview of this…
The Christmas Carol seasonal tour is a blast as Scrooge is your guide on the trolley through Salem as they reenact the famous Christmas Carol.
Best way to see Salem on this hop on-hop off trolly. You will also gain a excellent overall history lesson on Salem.
“The tavern is great. Cozy and warm, id suggest either just a drink, a snack or a meal. This hotel is on the register of historic hotels of America and a must see. The lovely lobby is always decorated for the season :)”
“A favorite spot for locals since 1859 with 200 yr old lovely willow trees planted in 1800 The views are beautiful of the coastal neighboring towns and a few harbor islands also”
“This is one of the most stunning streets on the North Shore! You cannot miss this street when you are in Salem, The homes are magnifiscent. The Chestnut Street District is a historic district here in Salem, Massachusetts. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. The district contains a number of architecturally significant works of Samuel McIntire, a builder and woodworker who had a house and workshop at 31 Summer Street, and who designed and built a number of these houses, and others that display the profits made in the Old China Trade by Salem's merchants. The district is a subset of a larger locally designated McIntire Historic District.”
“A great Italian restaurant with amazing outdoor seating in warmer weather. A nice spot for a drink too!”