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Pickering Wharf, Salem

Categories: Historic Walking Areas, Neighborhoods, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
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3.8/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web
The waterfront neighborhood of Pickering Wharf represents a variety of charming stores, cafes, and restaurants. You can search for souvenirs at its antique stores, independent boutiques, galleries, and gift shops before stopping for a drink or bite to eat overlooking the water. Those who don't like to shop can simply enjoy observing the activity of the harbor and its collection of boats. Don't miss an impressive replica of the Friendship Schooner, a 1800s trading ship that is docked here. Plan to see Pickering Wharf and other attractions that appeal to you using our Salem itinerary maker.
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  • Been here many times and always enjoy walking around as there are many shops and I like Victoria Station restaurant. You can also go aboard the ship for a fee if you like. Nice view of the harbor. 
  • This is a pretty harbor area with several restaurants and several nice little shops. This was one of my favorite parts of the city due to it was the prettiest area in my opinion. 
  • A visit to the Pickering Wharf is a must whilst in Salem! Not only are there great restaurants and shops but the views are beautiful! 
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