Top Things to Do in Marblehead, MA
- Castle Rock Park
- Chandler Hovey Park
- Fort Sewall
- Marblehead Little Theatre
- Marblehead Neck Wildlife Sanctuary
- Salem Wax Museum
- Steer Swamp Conservation Area
- The House of the Seven Gables
- Warwick Place Cinemas
Marblehead, Massachusetts is located in Essex County and is approximately 16 miles from downtown Boston. Take a tour of historic Fort Sewall. This coastal fortification was built in 1644 and is one of the oldest fortifications in the United States. Now open as a public park providing spectacular views of Marblehead Harbor.
Explore some more outdoor natured fun at Marblehead Neck Wildlife Sanctuary. A haven for migratory birds during the spring and fall migrations. Seasonal walks are provided by the Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary.
Take a short drive over to the Salem Witch Museum. During the Wich Hysteria of 1692 twenty innocent people died. History made them famous.... they make them real. Experience the drama of the trials through 13 life-size stage sets. The second exhibit guides take you through Witches: Evolving Perceptions and the truth behind the stereotypes.
While in Salem visit the Salem Wax Museum featuring over 50 London made was figures.
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