I recently visited some friends in Massachusetts. While I spent most of my time in Boston, I did spend half a day in Salem. One thing I learned is that maybe a Saturday in October isn’t the best time for me to visit this historic Massachusetts town. I will definitely go back, though. If you’d like to know more, you can listen to the podcast episode on Touristinyourtownpodcast.com
There was rain. There were lots of people, although they were all at the other end of this street in this pic.
The John Ward House was built in 1684 and is considered First Period architecture. The historic Salem home is on the National Register of Historic Places.
The historic Old Town Hall in downtown Salem. The structure was built in 1816-1817.
The Pickman House was built in 1664. The home is owned by the Peabody Essex Museum and is not open to the public.
This clock is attached to the Legends restaurant. I could not find any info about it, so if you know anything, please share!