- The list below includes 589 free or cheap things to do in or near Beverly, Massachusetts, including 111 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Beaches, Gardens and Parks.
- From Lynch Park to Long Hill, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Beverly and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Boston, Lowell, Cambridge and Gloucester.
Salem Witch Memorial was built in the memory of those who were put to death under suspicions of practicing witchcraft during the Salem Witch Trials of 1692. The memorial comprises of a long handcrafted granite wall whose stone benches represent the victims of the witch hysteria.
The Salem Witch Walk organizes walking tours of the historic town of Salem where visitors are introduced to 'authentic' witches and given a chance to be a part of their rituals and learn more about witchcraft from the witches themselves.
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30 Church St. Suite 203, Salem, MA 01970 MoreLess Info
Arranging for the exploration of several haunted buildings, Paranormal Salem Investigation Tours has received lots of notoriety. And with experienced and knowledgeable guides, the tour can be both entertaining and educational.
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193 Derby Street, Salem, MA 01970 MoreLess Info
Featuring a 171-foot, three masted ship reconstruction, Salem Maritime National Historic Site offers visitors a variety of ship related tours. Visitors can also explore a walk through museum detailing the history of sailing in the 18th century.
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Ticket Office is at the Magic Parlor 213 Essex Street, Salem, MA 01970 MoreLess Info
At Spellbound Tours, visitors can learn about the haunted history of the Salem witch trials. Among the sites visited is the Witch Dungeon, the Boston Stranger murder site, and the Old Burying Point Cemetery.
The dark history of the town's infamous witch trials is recounted at The Witch History Museum, where guides relate stories and describe the depicted scenes. There are no artifacts, and the stories are delivered dramatically as in a play.
Count Orlok's Nightmare Gallery is a local monster museum which features the private collection of James Lurgio comprising of around 50 different characters spanning the history of horror in Hollywood movies. Besides the full-sized replicas, the gallery also houses many movie props.
Guests can board a full length pirate ship and explore an 80 foot cave as part of the New England Pirate Museum which brings the 1690s to life. Artifacts from sunken ships and pirate treasures form the bulk of the displayed collections.