Activities

Cultural & Theme Tours

The Salem Witch Walk

Join us on the Salem Witch Walk for Salem's only Magical tour. You will be greeted by real Witches and participate in a real Magical Circle. You will be seated in our Magical Garden and we will educate you about Modern Day Witchcraft and the history of the accused witches of 1692. You will be given a Magical Bag with discount coupons, educational information and brochures and about each victim including a special Blessing that we will do at the Witch Trials Memorial where you may call in your higher as well. All of our guests receive a Magical Gift blessed by Salem's Famous Love Clairvoyant Lorelei, owner of The Salem Witch Walk and Crow Haven Corner - Salem's oldest witch shop! We also have water and a little candy for your walk. Your highly knowledgeable licensed tour guides look forward to meeting you for this one of a kind experience!
$16
1.5 hours
Private & Custom Tours

Hocus Pocus 25th Anniversary Tour

Come celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Disney's blockbuster, Hocus Pocus! Starring Better Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy, Hocus Pocus has become one of the most beloved movies of the 20th century. The majority of the movie was filmed in Salem in 1993. We will take you to 5 of the locations used in the filming. Your ticket price includes a donation to help preserve Pioneer Village, as well as a special Hocus Pocus gift! Along the way, you will also hear about the Salem Witch Trials, the maritime history, how we became the "Witch City", visit 17th century homes and take in ocean views!  *There is a considerable amount of walking, so please take that into account before booking. Tours meet at the entrance to the parking lot at the Pioneer Village sign.
$35
2 hours
Tours & Sightseeing

The Scarlet Letter(s) Walking Tour

Upon his death, Salem’s Nathaniel Hawthorne asked his friends and family to destroy all personal letters between them. Some of them complied, but many letters survive to this day, revealing the true nature of one of our greatest American authors. The famous author of The Scarlet Letter (1850) and The House of the Seven Gables (1851) had quite a lot of snarky comments to say about people he encountered. Some of it will shock you, while some of it will make you laugh. Come along on this walking tour/play and witness the life, loves and locations  of Salem's most celebrated author as actors pop up all over the city during your stroll.
$20
2 hours