Salem 1630: Pioneer Village
Other Ideas: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA); Louisa May Alcott’s Orchard House - Home of the Alcotts; Discovery Museum; Edward M. Kennedy (EMK) Institute for the U.S. Senate; Children's Museum of New Hampshire
Step back in time to 17th century New England at Salem's oldest living history museum. Discover Salem 1630: Pioneer Village. It is a recreation of the English colony established by Roger Conant and his intrepid band of settlers. From these humbling beginnings the seeds of Revolution were planted.
All admission proceeds go toward the restoration and reopening of the first living history museum in the United States.
Children 12 and under free, adults $5.00, and students, young adults and seniors $4.00
Forest River Park, Salem, MA, 01970 map
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