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This 17th-century Salem house served as the setting for Nathaniel Hawthorne's novel of the same name.

 

 

Salem's House of the Seven Gables, also known as the Turner-Ingersoll Mansion, is at 115 Derby Street (map), only a short walk from the Salem Maritime National Historic Site and the dock for the Salem Ferry to and from Boston.

The house is the centerpiece of a historic site with five houses and period gardens on Salem harbor.

Costumed interpreters greet you after you've paid the admission fee, and guide you through the museum's several buildings, which include the House of the Seven Gables (1668), Hooper-Hathaway House (1682), Hawthorne's birthplace (c. 1750), Counting House, and Retire Becket House (1655).

Parking is free.

For admission times and fees, see the House of the Seven Gables website.

House of the Seven Gables
115 Derby Street (map)
Salem MA 01970
Tel 978-744-0991
Fax: 978-741-4350

—by Tom Brosnahan


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House of the Seven Gables, Salem MA

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