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Salem Village
Witch-Hunt Walking Tour

75 minute tour
(click on witch hat
for schedule)

This tour is in Danvers, MA; a short drive from Salem, MA

This tour runs on July 3 plus select Saturdays in September, October & November

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Salem is where people visit to learn about the 1692 witchcraft trials, but Danvers, formerly Salem Village, is where it first began on a cold February day.


Two young girls began acting out and the local doctor's diagnosis was that they must be under the Devil's hand. The witch-hunt was off and running, turning neighbor against neighbor.


You'll visit several significant historical sites including the remains of the parsonage where Reverend Samuel Parris' 9-year-old daughter Betty and 11-year-old niece Abigail had their fits that began the hysteria.


  This special tour will be held on selected dates in July, August, September and October.

This tour is in Danvers, MA that is a short drive from Salem, MA. You can drive or Uber.


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Daniel A. Gagnon, a life-long Danvers resident, historian and author of A Salem Witch, will lead the tour that will give you a greater understanding of one of the more compelling stories of our country's early history.

Book now. Tickets will sell out. Details on the meeting location in Danvers and directions will be in the confirmation email.

We donate $5 of every ticket to the Danvers Historical Society.

$25 each for adults, students, seniors and children

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This tour is endorsed by the


To Preserve and Educate

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