Built in 1667, the Daniels House has seen everything from the Salem Witch Trials to the American Revolution through the present day. This 17th century mansion is riddled with original furnishings and antiques. You’ll get an intimate look into 350 years of history during this tour. Coffee and tea is provided during the tour; you’ll also be pleased to discover that proceeds from the tour help preserve this historic site for future generations.
Explore The Daniels House, a preserved 17th century mansion
Learn about the Salem Witch Trials and American Revolution
View original fireplaces, floors and other period antiques
Sip coffee and tea while your tour supports the preservation effort
Built by a shipwright and captain in 1667, the Stephen Daniels House offers a rare look inside a 17th century mansion built when Salem was on the frontier of New England.
You'll get an intimate look at original details from the Witch Trials, American Revolution and beyond. These walls have seen it all. The Daniels House is not a museum nor a reproduction; it's an original home representing over 350 years of daily life.
Tea and coffee
Public transportation options are available nearby
Suitable for all physical fitness levels
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