The posts on this page are from a variety of Salem blogs and the views expressed are those of the individual blog author.

May 25th, 2017

Augmented reality is coming to Salem Maritime

Things are about to get virtually interesting at Salem Maritime National Historic Site! Boston Cyberarts has commissioned four internationally acclaimed artists–John Craig Freeman, Kristin Lucas,…

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May 25th, 2017

Augmented reality is coming to Salem Maritime

Things are about to get virtually interesting at Salem Maritime National Historic Site! Boston Cyberarts has commissioned four internationally acclaimed artists–John Craig Freeman, Kristin Lucas,…

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September 20th, 2015

Derby Wharf Exhibits Should They Stay or Be Deep-Sixed?

The National Park Service is looking to possibly shake up the look of Derby Wharf at the Salem Maritime National Historic Site and it wants your input. Residents & tourists alike have come upon “interpretive exhibits” along Derby Wharf which consist of five units of vertical text/image panels, a small mast and yard arm, an […]

October 8th, 2009

The West India Goods Store

There are hidden gems, and then there are hidden gems. This one isn’t hidden at all, but it is petite, and it is a gem.Locals shop here, so you know it’s good.The West India Goods Store was built in 1800 as a retail shop for Henry Prince, who was then…

July 30th, 2009

Kalmar Nyckel is in port

The Kalmar Nyckel, a replica of a 1638 colonial ship that first voyaged to the New World in 1638, is in port in Salem! She is berthed at Central Wharf at the Salem Maritime National Historic Site for the weekend. She will be open to the public for to…