Founded in 1629 as a small fishing port, Salem is also famous for its 1692 witch trials and home to one of America's early authors, Nathaniel Hawthorne. His novels, which include The Scarlet Letter and The House of the Seven Gables, were set in this quaint village. Colonial-era cobblestone paths wind you through this bewitching downtown dotted with museums, specialty shops and historic sites. Take the Salem Ferry from Boston for a quick trip to this magical city.
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A statewide collection of 24 diverse works of art, from oil paintings to taxidermy frogs…
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