It may not be a traditional New England winter in Salem this week, but you can still get out and view the amazing ice sculptures around town. Salem’s So Sweet weekend is always a huge hit. We know our visitors loved making some Valentines, decorating cookies, and heading across the street to Ye Old Pepper Candie for some treats.
We’ve been having a great time with our Welcome Home Days over the past few weeks. On Sunday, we greeted our friends from Ipswich. Did you know that Ipswich has the highest concentration of 17th Century buildings in America? We hope we lived up to our neighbors’ standards with our gems at our site.
February Vacation is coming! If you are planning some time in Salem, make sure The House of the Seven Gables is on your list. Take a guided tour with one of our talented interpreters or check out our Constructing History program, offered daily February 15 – 23.
Tags: 17th century architecture, candy, constructing history, february vacation, ipswich, salems so sweet, welcome home, winter, ye olde pepper
This post was written by Julie Arrison-Bishop