Welcome to Salem Maritime National Historic Site!
Established on March 17, 1938 as the first National Historic Site in the United States, Salem Maritime National Historic Site consists of nine acres of land and twelve historic structures along the Salem waterfront, as well as a downtown visitor center. Located on the waterfront in the urban setting of Salem, the park and its partners preserves and interprets over 600 years of New England's maritime history and global connections. From the park’s ranger tours, Preschoolers in the Park programs, and volunteer opportunities, there are hundreds of Things to Do in the park.
The park has two visitor centers, Salem Armory Visitor Center and Waite & Peirce Museum Store and Information Center. Scroll down to view each one.
Last updated: April 30, 2020