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Rebecca Nurse Homestead, Danvers

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The Rebecca Nurse Homestead is a historic colonial house built ca. 1700 located at 149 Pine Street, Danvers, Massachusetts. It had many additions through the years, eventually being historically restored and turned into a museum in 1909. Today it is owned and operated by the Danvers Alarm List Company, a volunteer non-profit organization.
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  • If you’re interested in the Salem witch trials this is a site you’ll want to see. While it’s a little outside of Salem as we know it today, it is close to the site where the original interrogations...  more »
  • We went to Danvers on the recommendation of a friend who shared that Danvers was, at one time, known as Salem Village. This site was highly rated when we looked for historical sites in the area. We...  more »
  • Exploring the buildings and grounds of the Rebecca Nurse Homestead in Danvers is the closest experience you can find to actually getting a sense of what it was like to live in Puritan times. The...  more »
  • This was a great place to stop. They offer a guided tour a couple times per day. Our tour guide Dan was great. He went over the history of Rebecca Nurse and the trials. He answered all our questions and made it an enjoyable stop. This was a nice change of pace from the typical commercialized witch stuff in Salem.
  • I had the pleasure of viewing Rebecca nurse's homestead 3 years ago. It's such a peaceful place to visit. The property is beautiful. I love how the property is used to display history of the past. There are all sorts of events and gathers that take place here. Definitely worth a trip to see any time of the year
  • Might trigger some allergies, as the location has large fields, but other than that it's a very good tour for a relatively good price.
  • We came to see the homestead after going to see the memorial I'm Salem, this brought it all home. To see the he she was removed from...emotional to say the least
  • A most interesting story told here. Not easy walking.

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