We Are Thankful for You!

We were just thinking about how great October was!  We hope you had fun, too! Thank all of the visitors who traveled to Salem, Massachusetts…

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Skip the Traffic & Take the Train to Salem Haunted Happenings

We’re sharing a word to the wise for visitors planning to attend the final weekend of Salem Haunted Happenings: Choose public transportation! We strongly recommend…

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Haunted Happenings Combination Tickets & Savings

(Last updated in 2019) Looking for the best deal for this year’s Salem Haunted Happenings? Many Salem attractions offer combinations tickets and discounts for special…

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21+ Salem Haunted Happenings

(Last updated in 2019) With a local cidery and brewery in town, Salem has a lot to offer the 21+ crowd this October. Read on…

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6 Ways to Get to Salem Haunted Happenings

Not sure how to get to Salem Haunted Happenings? Located 15 miles north of Boston Salem is centrally to arrive by train, ferry, car, or…

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Salem Haunted Happenings for Teens & Tweens

(Last updated in 2019) Salem Haunted Happenings offer something for every member of the family! Find things to do with the teens and tweens in…

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Remembering 1692 at the Salem Witch Trials Memorial & Proctor’s Ledge

In January 2016, local scholars and researchers confirmed the location where the innocent victims of the Salem Witch Trials were executed at Proctor’s Ledge. In…

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Salem Haunted Happenings for Kids & Families

(Last updated in 2019) Finding kid-friendly activities during Salem Haunted Happenings doesn’t need to be a nightmare- with harbor cruises, story-times, and of course trick-or-treating,…

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20 Things Under $20 During Salem Haunted Happenings

Please note, this post has not been updated with changes related to COVID-19. We recommend contacting individual businesses to confirm availability and downloading the Salem…

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The History of the Salem Witch Trials

In January of 1692, the daughter and niece of Reverend Samuel Parris of Salem Village became ill. William Griggs, the village doctor, was called in…

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