Founded in 1629, this historical town located in Essex County, MA has been the site of not only the well-known witch trials of 1692, but to one of the largest schools in the state university system of Massachusetts. Salem has also been home to several historical and cultural figures, such as Alexander Graham Bell, John Hawthorne, and Bob Vila. Just off Massachusetts Route 107 (16 miles from Downtown Boston) Salem is home to a slew of restaurants, shopping centers, as well as over 20 places of worship. Life in Salem, MA has something for everyone!
Map of Salem, MA
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