Thanks to all of our friends from New Hampshire who came to Salem and The House of the Seven Gables last week. We’re so happy to welcome the families that joined us for guided tours and local history.
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On Sunday, March 1 we’ll be welcoming our neighbors from Danvers for free tours of The Gables. Like many communities in Essex County, Danvers has some important points in New England history including the 1692 Salem Witch Trials. If you’d like to learn a little bit more about Danvers, we’d encourage a visit to the Danvers Historical Society. For online information, click here.
Last week, we worked with Sign Effects on some changes to how you’ll find your way around our National Historic Landmark District. New signs were installed that will help you from the moment you wander onto our property to the moment you exit. You’ll get even more historical information about our site. This is all part of our interpretive planning efforts and bettering the way we share our stories with YOU! If you haven’t checked out our site in a while, join us for a refreshed tour or one of many great events coming up in our Enterprising Women series.
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This post was written by Julie Arrison-Bishop