Introduction to Salem, New Hampshire
Initially settled in 1652, Salem was recognized as the North Parish of Methuen, Massachusetts until 1736. After the boundaries between Massachusetts and New Hampshire were redrawn, Salem was incorporated in 1750. The town was named after Salem, Massachusetts.
Salem and nearby Attractions
- Canobie Lake Park
- Rockingham Park
- America’s Stonehenge
- Salem Witch Museum
- Peabody Essex Museum
Things To Do In Salem
Salem offers a wide variety of recreational opportunities. The Canobie Lake Park and the Rockingham Park offer various facilities and are popular among local residents. America’s Stonehenge is a 30 acre formation of rocks and an important archaeological site.
Air transportation facilities are available from the Manchester Airport
Salem Higher Education
Higher studies can be pursued at Northern Essex Community College, Merrimack College, the University of Massachusetts-Lowell and North Shore Community College.