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July 20, 2013

Salem keeps Pioneer Village open

Weekend tours began this month


“If we can make it accessible and available to students, residents and visitors alike, through tours, classes, festivals, projects and events, then I believe it will continue its return to the thriving, living history museum it was originally intended to be. Gordon College did a remarkable job in that regard, and I hope to carry that on.”

Bethany Bray can be reached at and on Twitter @SalemNewsBB.


  • Tours at 12:30, 1:30 and 2:30 p.m. every Friday, Saturday and Sunday
  • Tickets, $6 adults, $4 for children and students, sold at the Witch House, 3101/2 Essex St. and prior to each tour at Pioneer Village, off of West Avenue
  • Salem Trolley shuttle between the Witch House and Pioneer Village, at Forest River Park, at 2:30 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday
  • For more info: or 978-744-8815


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