Situated north of Boston, Danvers was originally known as Salem Village and had a significant involvement in the 1692 Salem witch trials—a main reason for its worldwide fame today. Boasting the coziness and architectural charm typical of old New England, this Massachusetts town offers more than just witch history, since it's known for its delicious carrots and onions, close-knit community, historical buildings, and proximity to the Atlantic Ocean. Look for Danvers, MA hotels to get your getaway underway.
Having Fun in Danvers
You'll probably land at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS), which is 20 miles from the airport. To get to any of the hotels in Danvers, MA, your quickest option is to book a taxi outside your arrivals level, although it is possible to take public transportation (commuter buses) with multiple transfers required. If you plan to rent a car in Danvers, you can pick up your vehicle right at the airport, since having your own set of wheels simplifies traveling around Danvers.
Once in town, the world is yours. Explore historic country estate Glen Magna Farms, and see (but don't climb) the Endicott Pear Tree, which is thought to be North America's oldest cultivated fruit tree. The Rebecca Nurse Homestead—an historic colonial house—is certainly worth a stop, as is the Salem Witch Trials Memorial. If you just want some wholesome fun, go to CoCo Key Water Park Boston North Shore, and splash some water around.
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