Salem has lots of quirks, specialty shops, and interesting things to do AND people to see. We were traveling with our 50-lb dog. My best advice is ask at the door and you'd be surprised where your dog can go!
About Salem Witch Village
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This is just a very cute and fun shopping area. Plenty of places to stop in and get your fix on souvenirs and relax.
This is our second time visiting the Village and we absolutely loved the experience. We recommend it to anyone curious about the history of Salem and Witches. Not recommended for ages 8 or younger due to historical info.
To say the town is not pup friendly is an understatement, but than I come upon the Salem Witch Village and there is a light at the end of the tunnel. They welcome furry friends as long as nothing is left behind. Amanda was my...More
This by far was our favorite place on the trip, we spend a lot of time in the shoppes and ate at some of the restaurants. We went in October when there was a LOT of activity, including street fairs, and people dressed up. Great...More
This was a fun shopping district to visit. There were some amazing gift shops, but equally fun shops of psychics and tarot readers and all sorts of paranormal type things. We loved it - and my teenagers thought it was fun too! I mean, where...More
We loved the witch village.. There are so many restaurants, so many wonderful gift shops, quirky creepy stores, fun museums, psychics at every corner, etc. So much to do and see! We loved it!
I went here with a group of friends. We had so much fun and there is so much to do. We couldn't find it all in one weekend. I would love to go back again one year. This one of the places that I was...More
Great to visit and drop by, however I'd consider this as a tourist trap if you visited without doing prior research... cemetery is located at a few steps from the entrance and can be enjoyed at your own leisure time (with caution to the hours...More