Things To Do

We invite you to explore Salem Maritime National Historic Site! The national park’s grounds, trails, gardens, and wharfs are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The park's historic buildings, tours, and programs operate on a seasonal schedule available on our Alerts & Conditions page. View our Calendar to learn more about our on-site programming.Are you ready for your next adventure?

 

Visit the Park

 
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Places To Go

Discover historic sites and structures at Salem Maritime!

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Directions & Transportation

Learn how to get to Salem Maritime using personal or public transportation.

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Virtual Programs

Whether you're visiting in person or looking to explore the park virtually, there's something for everyone!

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Pets

Become a Salem Maritime B.A.R.K. Ranger and have a “pawsitive” experience with your pet.

 

Learn about Salem Maritime

 
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Photos & Multimedia

Explore the park through self-guided audio tours, videos, and podcasts!

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Stories

Connect the past to the present through the stories of Salem Maritime National Historic Site.

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Collections

Discover objects related to our historic buildings and the people who lived or worked in them.

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Become a Junior Ranger

Join the National Park Service "family!" Get your badge, explore, learn, and together we will protect America's National Parks.

 

Explore Beyond our Borders

 
A paved path winds through several one-story, wood-sided buildings on a river.

Saugus Iron Works National Historic Site

Visit our sibling site, Saugus Iron Works National Historic Site, located only 12 miles away!

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Essex National Heritage Area

Essex County, including its 34 cities and towns, is designated a national heritage and offers rich opportunities to connect people to place.

Last updated: June 2, 2022

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Mailing Address:

160 Derby Street
Salem , MA 01970

Phone:

978-740-1650

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