SALEM MORNING STROLL (HISTORICAL TOUR)
The Two hour Salem Morning Stroll is an engaging narrative and chronicle of the history of Salem, its women, men and great events. The tour includes stops in front of the Witch House, Pickering House 1660, the beautiful McIntire District, with its concentration of outstanding historic homes, the Burial Point 1637 and the Salem Witch Trials Memorial.
Your guide paints a picture of this storied New England City from the Witchcraft Hysteria, through the age of Sail to the present time.
Learn about Salem’s history through story, song, and selected artifacts, including objects of witchcraft, English folkway magic, secretly practiced by Salem’s Puritan founders. Offered morning and afternoon
The walk is interpreted by local, tour guide and story teller Kenneth Dyke-Glover. Let him entertain you with stories of Salem’s Citizens throughout the centuries, from the witchcraft trials to writers, wealthy merchants and philanthropists.
The tour gathers 15 minutes before the tour time at the Coven’s Cottage, 190 Essex Street on the Pedestrian Mall by the ALMY’S clock.
Kenneth is a local, a Quaker, tour guide and avid lover of the history of Salem.
Wear comfortable walking shoes and dress appropriately for the fluctuations in temperature for a New England Autumn.
Tickets are $20.00 per person. Children 13 and younger are free when accompanied by an adult.