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Salem Trolley
8 Central St, Salem, MA 01970
Salem Trolley treats visitors to a one-hour narrated tour and all-day shuttle service through historic Salem. The tourMore explores the Salem witchcraft trials of 1692 as well as Salem's literary and maritime history. The ride is about eight miles and takes visitors through Charter Street Burial Ground, the House of the Seven Gables, the Witch Dungeon Museum, Salem Witch Museum and Chestnut Street. 
The Trolley Depot
191 Essex St, Salem, MA 01970
Known as "a strange little store in a great little city," The Trolley Depot is the place for Salem souvenirs. FromMore postcards and books to T-shirts, sweatshirts, magnets, mugs, candles, statues, witch hats, Halloween collectibles and holiday ornaments, this darling little shop has it all, even baseball caps for dogs! Those wishing to take a tour of Salem on The Red Trolley can purchase tickets here. Be sure to visit The Trolley Depot's sister store on Pickering Wharf -- Salemdipity.
Winter Island Park
50 Winter Island Rd, Salem, MA 01970

A popular destination for bicyclists, swimmers, campers, kids and parents, Winter Island Maritime Park is host to aMore number of activities. Those looking for activity will enjoy bicycling to the park in the summer months, swimming at Waikiki Beach or heading off into the water from the boat launch. Those who enjoy more laid back activities will enjoy lounging on the beach and walks to historic Pickering Fort Lighthouse. Winter Island is a stop on the Salem Trolley Tour.

A camp complete with sites and a camp store is also located within the park. Parking, campsite, boat launch, picnic site and function hall rental costs vary. Contact the park for more information.

The Griffen Theatre
7 Lynde St, Salem, MA 01970

Situated just 100 feet from the actual site of the Salem Witch Trials of 1692 is The Griffen Theatre, home of TheMore Witches Cottage, a live and interactive 4-D witchcraft and ghost show. This unique show features special effects, lighting and full staging. Visit www.witchescottagesalem.com for information on show times, tickets, and group offers. The show is open to the general public in October, and by reservation for groups April through November.  

Coming soon: paranormal professionals and local witches for post-performance talks; a children's show; and a Ghosts and Legends trolley tour.

The Griffen Theatre itself reflects an overall commitment and passion for quality acting, stage, local history, and the supernatural. The Griffen offers full length plays, comedy nights, children's theatre programs, music, and more. The theatre is available for private parties, tours, and performance events.