Salem What to Do

Salem: Where to Go, What to Do

✨ Make your Witch City dreams come true. ✨

If you have the means – go to Salem, Massachusetts. It is every witch’s dream come true and a veritable haven for all humans. The town is an inclusive and welcoming community full of weirdos just like you and me, and should be on your list of places to visit before you die.

But where to start? It can be overwhelming, because the city has so much to offer.

Consider this your official itinerary.

Washington and Essex streets

Just in this tiny little area, you’ll find shops and stops galore, as well as all the beautiful sites.

Must-Stops:

Derby Street

You want activities? Derby Street has your witchy and historical activities.

Must-Stops:

 

 

Wharf Street

Shopping with a view, and few little surprises along the way.

Must-Stops:

  • Antiques Gallery for genuinely beautiful creations and vintage Halloween decorations.
  • Enchanted for spell kits, stones and a free tarot drawing.

 

Elsewhere in Salem

Branch out and see what the locals do!

Must-Stops:

  • Dead Horse Beach for some sun and gorgeous views.
  • Howard Street Cemetery for yet another beautiful area to honor the deceased.
  • Bit Bar for video games and delicious craft beer in the old Salem jail. While you’re there, check out the Pressing of Giles Corey, because the two are related.

 

 

These are our must-stop places, but there’s so, so much more to do in the area that no matter where you end up stopping, you’re sure to enjoy yourself. Have fun, be safe, be respectful, and blessed be!

 

 

Where did you go when you were in Salem?

 

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