Nathaniel Hawthorne

Literary Tour in Spooky Salem, MA

Every Saturday Morning at 10:30 a.m., Salem Historical Tours provides specialty tours. This Saturday, they will be holding a Literary Book Walk Tour.

Event Description:

Book Talk Book Walk: A Literary Tour of Salem

Saturday, September 12 @ 11:00 a.m.

The Cuftom House

Central Street

Salem, MA 01970

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Salem is the home of the world-renowned American writer Nathaniel Hawthorne, whose novels

and short stories are still read throughout the world today. There are many other writers

who made Salem their home and yet others who used our city as inspiration for their novels.

Come stroll our streets and learn what famous books are connected to Salem.

You can also stop by or call ahead for reservations at 978.745.0666

There is limited availability on this tour.

Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for students, seniors, military & veterans

and $6 for children 6-12-years-old.

In addition to their regular haunted tours, they have more speciality Saturday tours such as an upcoming church tour, a grand mansion tour, and an African-American history tour. Check it out!


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Rebecca Skane

Rebecca Skane is the editor-in-chief for the Portsmouth Review. She holds a Bachelor of the Arts degree from Lawrence University in Wisconsin and resides in Portsmouth, NH with her husband and two children. She is the founder of The Portsmouth Book Club which boasts over 1,000 members. She also doubles as a professional escapist. Her genres are scifi and fantasy, both adult and young adult – but she often reads outside of her preferred genres. You can follow her on GoodReads. Aside from her love of good books, she is a professional website developer, content editor, and SEO expert. You can visit her web design and development site at RebeccaSkane.com.


  • Emily Alfano

    I wish i lived in MA so i could go to this! it sounds like a blast!
    Emily @ wholly-books.com

    • If you ever visit MA, you should visit Salem. They always have lots to do and see, especially regarding the witch trials.

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