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A Guide to Dining and Drinking in Salem, Massachusetts

From the witch trials to the House of the Seven Gables, from the Peabody Essex Museum to America's oldest candy company, Salem, Massachusetts is steeped in history and culture, making it a popular tourist destination for visitors from elsewhere in Massachusetts and beyond. Coming in from Boston? It's an easy day trip, and you don't even need a car — hop on the commuter rail at North Station, and you'll be in the heart of Salem in a half hour with plenty of activities and dining options within walking distance.
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