Travel north from Boston to historic Marblehead, the birthplace of the American Navy. Visit Abbott Hall (closed Sundays) to hear a short lecture and view the original 7' x 10' painting "The Spirit of 76."
Once in the "Witch City" of Salem, you will have time to explore on your own the many attractions and museums in the area (as time allows.) As your guide about a special discounted rate on admissions at Nathaniel Hawthorne's Custom House, "The House of the Seven Gables" or the Salem Witch Museum. You may want to have lunch at Pickering Wharf on Salem Harbor.
An optional ADD-ON is available from Late June to Early September for a one hour and 45 minute sightseeing cruise aboard a schooner sailing vessel.
Whether it is witches or authors, museums, a cruise or shopping...you will find it in Salem.
Length: 7 hours
9:30 am Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday (mid-June to late October)See Special Schedule Notes below.
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Special Schedule Notes
The "Add-On" Schooner Fame cruise ONLY operates on the following schedule: June 30 to September 1
Should the cruise be canceled for any reason, a 1-hour Salem tour aboard the Salem Trolley will be substituted
ONLY SELECT THE "ADD-ON" SCHOONER FAME CRUISE ON THE ABOVE LISTED DATES. THESE ARE THE ONLY AVAILABLE DATES FOR THE SCHOONER FAME CRUISE.
Additional Tour Details:
In Salem, you can step back to 1692 during a visit to the Salem Witch Museum. Travel down Derby Street past Nathaniel Hawthorne's Custom House and the House of the Seven Gables. Admissions are not included in the ticket price to any of these attractions.
Time is allowed to stop at Pickering Wharf for Lunch and exploring.
Once in Salem, you can join in on a 1 hour 45 minute narrated cruise aboard a classic schooner, a replica of the successful privateer from the War of 1812. You must order the Add-On for this cruise for it to be included in your tour. Aboard the schooner, you'll learn about the fishing trade that prompted Cape Ann's first European settlements, the brave little schooners of George Washington's fleet, the East lndia trade that made Salem rich, and - of course - the privateers of the Revolution and the War of 1812.
Tour does not include lunch.
Recommended: Comfortable shoes, dress in layers, hats, visors and sunglasses.
Weather: Tour route or activity may be changed depending on local weather conditions.
Meals, Gratuities and Souvenirs are not included.