There's a new combination ticket in town, and it will broaden your experience of the Salem Witch Trials beyond the Salem borders. Many know that the Witch Trials rocked the entire region in 1692, and that Salem was then divided into Salem Town (now Salem) and Salem Village (now Danvers). This new combination ticket will take you to the Salem Witch Museum and Witch House in Salem, and to the Rebecca Nurse Homestead in Danvers.
The Witch House is the only structure still standing in Salem that has direct ties to the Witch Trials of 1692. There are several structures in Danvers still standing, including the Rebecca Nurse Homestead. The Homestead includes the house, property, a small family graveyard, and a replica meeting house. Visit SalemWitchMuseum.com for a list of other sites in Salem and Danvers that have ties to the Witch Trials of 1692.
The 1692 Pass also includes discounts for the Tavern at the Hawthorne Hotel, Ye Olde Pepper Candie Company, and Goodies Ice Cream (Danvers).
Click here to learn more and buy tickets online.