Traveling with a dog, we look for outdoor activities. Walking around Pickering Wharf was ideal. Please know you're on the waterfront and it can get chilly and breezy!
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This complex was developed in 1977 and named after the oil company that owned the property previously. The stores have struggled in the past but it's now a great place to spend an hour or two window shopping, pick up a few trinkets and souvenirs,...More
Spent a long Easter weekend in Salem and returned to Pickering Wharf 4 days in a row! Restaurants, shops (loved Salem Spice Company) and the wharf itself. . . .a pleasure to walk around!
The ship wasn't there and there wasn't a sign I could see that explained why. The area surrounding it had shops that were boring and deserted whichoat might find a good thing. I took it as no one was interested. This is one you can...More
Pickering Wharf has consistently reinvented itself over the years, always providing a fresh array of shops, restaurants and sites. Great walking areas, views of the water and boats and a nice safe, relaxed atmosphere. All types of food and budgets can be found here. Whether...More
This is an area filled with eclectic little shops and multiple restaurants and pubs. We visited in early April so some of the shops were just preparing for their season. The boat tours that you can book are not available until the summer so keep...More
We were in Salem during March, so the big ship wasn't there to see. The wharf is a nice place to take an after dinner walk, but nothing incredible. Makes for some nice pictures though!
I highly recommend upon visiting Salem to stop at the ward. Many shops and great places to eat overlooking the warm area.