Salem Maritime National Historic Site 160 Derby St, Salem, MA01970 Situated on Derby Wharf, Salem Maritime National Historic Site is a regular tourist destination that depicts Salem's…More maritime past. In the 1600s, Salem was founded as one of the foremost trading ports in the world, linking the Americas to India and East Asia. The historical site has been reconstructed by the National Park Service to illustrate this past. Visitors are able to walk through the old Derby and Bowditch homes, the U.S. Customs House where Nathanial Hawthorne once worked in 1846, or take a ride on Friendship, a reconstruction of an old sailing vessel, on either guided or self-guided tours. Exhibits, featuring old sailing compasses and maps, are on display at the Regional Visitors Center, which also contains a small gift shop, where books and artwork are for sale.
Computer Service Sales 133 Boston St, Salem, MA01970 Since 1993, Computer Service Sales has been meeting the needs of small- to medium-sized corporations,…More home-based businesses, and residential customers. Computer Service Sales specializes in the repair of all computer brands and computer upgrades, as well as network installation and maintenance. CSS also builds and sells customized computers.
Tri-City Sales 262 Highland Ave, Salem, MA01970 Family owned and operated since 1959 with showrooms in Salem and Ipswich, Tri-City Sales offers customers a wide range…More of home appliances and electronics from a variety of trusted brands. The company guarantees the best deals and offers multi-purchase discounts. Manager Tom Kulevich says his staff members have a combined 250 years of industry experience. In addition, Tri-City Sales has its own delivery trucks and also services the products it sells. Periodically, the store will host in-store demonstrations by local architects and designers.