Grave Matters Cemetery Tour
Salem's oldest Burying Point has reopened. You can stroll through the grounds on your own or take our streaming tour. We share with you the secrets & stories of many of those interred in there in the 1600s & 1700s. In-Person tours run on select weekends and on request (call in advance).
Special Tours this year
Want to see the Hocus Pocus sites?
We'll tell you all about it and so much more. We'll even tell you what's
coming to Salem later this year.
Saturday, Oct. 1 at 11 am
Pirates & Privateers
Salem's Maritime History with the Buccaneer Beauty
Salem was not just a haven for witches; it had pirates and privateers. Learn about the difference between piracy and privateers as you walk our cobblestone streets. Adira the Buccaneer Beauty will regale you with the tales of the many pirates, who spent time in Salem's port and the Salem privateers who provided most of the sea force during the American Revolution. Arrrrgh you ready to learn the tales of Blackbeard and Bellamy?
Fridays at 10 am; Sept. 30 thru Oct. 28
Salem Village (now Danvers) is where the 1692 Salem Witch Hysteria started. You'll visit the remains of the parsonage where Rev. Samuel Parris' 9-year-old daughter Betty & 11-year-old niece Abigail had their fits, the Ingersoll Ordinary where meeting and hearings were held plus other sites. Tour runs select dates from August through October. This tour is in Danvers, MA, not Salem, MA.
HP Lovecraft was an eccentric writer who wrote in the genres of science fiction, horror and the downright weird. You could describe his books as Goosebumps on steroids.
He used Salem as inspiration for many of his stories and they are creepy. Take this fascinating tour and discover what inspired the man who referred to Salem as Arkham.
Saturday, Sept. 17 at 7 p.m.
Louisa May Alcott
If you have taken our witchcraft history tour before, then you must take this new exciting tour. We'll go to locations in Salem tied to the hysteria, tell you a little witchcraft trials history and then reveal their famous, or infamous, descendants. There are more than 50 million descendants from the 1692 Salem Witchcraft Trials. Could you be one of them?
Dates available on select weekends in July, August, September, and October.