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Overview

Step back in time to colonial New England and the region’s infamous Witch Trials during this 7-hour private day trip to Salem. Grab a group of up to 14 passengers for trip in a luxurious private vehicle to Salem, where you’ll get a hauntingly memorable look at the town’s longstanding association with witchcraft, meet a practicing witch, and learn about the town’s famous 17th-century trials.
  • Explore the historic city of Salem during a day trip in a private vehicle
  • Learn about the infamous 1692 Salem Witch Trials
  • Discover the myths and legends surrounding the magical arts from a practicing witch
  • Travel aboard a luxurious VIP sedan, SUV, or even a Rolls Royce Ghost
  • Flexibility to customize the trip itinerary to suit the group's preferences
  • Private tour is operated with just your party and a driver-guide
  • Pricing based upon group size
Receive a pickup from your Boston hotel or local accommodations in your upscale private vehicle. Depending on the size of your group you’ll travel aboard a VIP sedan, SUV, van, or even a high-end Rolls Royce Ghost. Your group can select a pickup time that works for your schedule.

Drive for 15 miles (24 kilometers) to Salem, a town affectionately known to many fans as ‘Witch City,’ to explore its historic connection to witchcraft. Though Salem is most recognized as the location of the Witch Trials that rocked the colonies in 1692, you’ll also have time to discover to the town’s other connections to the magic arts and haunted history.

Explore Salem streets like Charter Street and Broad Street, and then check out Salem’s Howard Street Cemeteries. You’ll also visit Gallows Hill, where you can enjoy a live theater show that explores the facts and myths surrounding the town’s witch history. A variety of other witch-themed attractions, including the Witch Trials Memorial, Witch House, Witch Dungeon Museum, Witch History Museum, and Salem Witch Museum, offer plenty of opportunities to continue your witch-themed excursion. If you haven’t yet had your fill of haunted history, head over to Salem’s Wax Museum, where you can view wax re-creations of historic town residents and of key figures from the 1692 witch trials.

For those looking to see a different side of Salem history, a number of non-witch activities are also available. Stop for a photo at the ‘Bewitched’ statue, a tribute to the much-loved 20th-century TV show, head to the McIntire Historic District, explore the Peabody Essex Museum, see a 17th-century fishing village at the Pioneer Village, tour the Pirate Museum, or visit the House of the Seven Gables and its connections to writer Nathaniel Hawthorne. At the end of your trip you’ll receive a drop off back in Boston.
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