Salem, Massachusetts: A Bewitching Place
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Follow the history of witches, witchcraft and witch hunts through the ages as you explore the town of Salem and learn about the witchcraft hysteria of the 1690s.
3 Days/2 Nights
$439.95 Per Person
NOTE: Itinerary subject to changeDay 1:
Travel to Danvers, MA
Lunch on own en route
Two overnights at the Doubletree Boston North Shore
Dinner on own
Breakfast at hotel
Travel to Salem
Guided sightseeing tour of Salem
Admission and tour of the House of Seven Gables
Lunch on own in Salem
Admission to Salem Witch Museum
Dinner on own in Salem
Breakfast at hotel
Admission to Rebecca Nurse Homestead
View the Witchcraft Victim's Memorial (drive by)
Every Starr trip includes deluxe motorcoach transportation and overnight accommodations.
Follow the history of witches, witchcraft, and witch hunts through the ages. The main presentation takes you back to the events of the Salem Witch Trials of 1692. The exhibit, "Witches: Evolving Perceptions," examines the stereotypical witch, aspects of witchcraft in the 17th century, modern witchcraft, and the phenomenon of witch hunts. Do you believe in witches? Don't answer until you visit.
Salem Sightseeing Tour
See the town of Salem, linked to the infamous witchcraft hysteria of the 1690s and hear about Salem's rich maritime and literary history and splendid architecture on this guided sightseeing tour. Some of the finest 18th century houses in America can be found here, evidence of the enormous wealth amassed by Salem's ship captains. We'll also walk through the Witch Trial Memorial.
House of Seven Gables
In 1668, merchant and ship-owner John Turner built a house on Salem Harbor that was destined to become one of America's most beloved historic homes. Designated a National Historic Landmark District in 2007, The House of the Seven Gables is best known today as the setting of world-renowned American author Nathaniel Hawthorne's 1851 novel.
Tour the mansion made famous by the Nathaniel Hawthorne novel, including the author's birthplace, seaside gardens, museum store, and Garden Cafe.
Rebecca Nurse Homestead
Built in 1680 and an excellent example of the New England saltbox, this was the home of Rebecca Nurse, a saintly woman accused of and executed for witchcraft during the hysteria of 1692.
The house includes restored rooms with furnishings from the 17th & 18th centuries, outbuildings, a reproduction of the 1672 Salem Village Meetinghouse, and exhibit areas.
Special note: There is no heating system in the homestead.
The hotel features an indoor pool and fitness center.
Located on site is The Coffee Shop, Tradewinds Restaurant and Tradwinds Lounge.
The hotel is also home to CoCo Key Water Park.
Guestrooms include coffee maker, iron/board, and hair dryer.
The hotel is non-smoking
Rollaway available for a one-time fee of $25.
-This trip contains time on own with walking between attractions. Streets are cobblestone which may make it challenging for people with physical disabilities.
-House of Seven Gables is not wheelchair accessible, only the gift shop and gardens are accessible.
Rebecca Nurse Homestead has portable ramps for wheelchairs to the first floor only, the second floor is not wheelchair accessible.
Starr has a select quantity of wheelchair accessible motorcoaches available; therefore, we suggest you contact a Travel Advisor to discuss any needs you may have before reserving your trip.