Pioneer Villiage

Pioneer Villiage

| Salem,

Written in 1644…
and discovered within the journal of John Winthrop. His account of strange occurrences that haunted and terrified New England’s early colonists.

Tours Available
June – September:
12:30, 1:30 and 2:30 Saturday and Sunday

At Salem’s 1630 Pioneer Village

Includes a tour of the 1630 Pioneer Village with fascinating insight into the lives of the Puritans that sailed from England to New England in 1630. Learn the history of these men, women, children and their relationships with the Native Tribes surrounding them.

Tickets:

$6.00 adults,
$4.00 children

Tickets available at the Witch House:

310 ½ Essex Street Salem
978-744-8815

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