b"GreaterSalemBeverlyDanversHamilton Lynn LynneldMarblehead MiddletonNahantPeabody SalemSaugusSwampscott TopseldWenham Photos left to right: Old Town House, MarbleheadHolly Perry/NBCVB; Cabot Theatre, BeverlyHolly Perry/NBCVB; Witch Pix, Salem; Bewitched Statue, Salem NBCVBT he greater Salem areamade its mark on thenations history and is still theplace to be. From witches, pirates and sea captains to literature, art and culture, Salem oers something for everyone. Learn about the infamous witch trials, walk in Nathaniel Hawthornes footsteps at The House of the Seven Gables, see murals at Punto Urban Art Museum and catch the latest exhibitions at the Peabody Essex Museum, followed by shopping and dining. Marblehead, acclaimed as the Yachting Capital of America, is a walkable gem with pre-Revolutionary War homes, museums, waterfront restaurants and the famous painting The Spirit of'76 at Abbot Hall. Beverlys arts and entertainment scene is hopping with Montserrat College of Arts galleries, The Cabot and Larcom Theaters, and Broadway productions at the North Shore Music Theatre. Take a coastal drive to Lynn, Swampscott, Nahant or head inland to Danvers, Hamilton and Wenham for parks, farms, and polo clubs, and Americas oldest county fair in Topseld. Regional Road Trips | NorthofBoston.org 9"