It was so great to see all these places. I loved them all and truly couldn't pick a favorite. If I had my way, I think I'd move there immediately, if only I could take my wonderful job and my great bosses with me. We visited the Witch House which was owned by Judge Jonathon Corwin who was called upon to investigate the claims of witchcraft in Salem and neighboring communities.Corwin one of the council who sent nineteen accused witches to the gallows. All nineteen refused to admit to witchcraft and maintained their innocence. This house was also the home of the Sanderson Sisters (Winnie, Mary and Sarah) in the movie “Hocus Pocus.” There were a lot of cool things inside. I loved this chair. Anyone know where I can get one? Then we stopped at the Old Burial Hill in Marblehead. House of the 7 Gables. It was super cool and great to see and learn the history of, but they were kind of jerks about photos. I mean, the reason they gave is that some of the items inside are owned by locals, blah, blah, blah. The secret staircase is clearly not owned by anyone, but I couldn't take a photo of it. Some museums are so much more photography friendly than others. Nathaniel Hawthorne's house. He was actually born Nathaniel Hathorne (no “w”) but when he learned that one of his ancestors was John Hathorne, one of the judges who took part in the Salem Witch Trials, he added the “w” Just a cool door. Ye Olde Pepper Company Candy company. The oldest candy company in America. Yes, we bought candy!!! We got some of these. Wish I could find them. lol Then we ate at the Great Escape restaurant- it used to be the Salem jail. I had the most amazing cocktail there. A razzlemoncello. Mmmmm Cool chandelier. My nummy drink. Prosciutto wrapped asparagus. Yum.