The House of the Seven Gables

Row 1

115 Derby St
Salem, MA 01970
(978) 744-0991

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  • The House of the Seven Gables, also known as the Turner-Ingersoll Mansion, you will discover a mysterious secret staircase where you least expect it! Built in 1668,
  • The spirit part of it is amazing at night! The actors are all so talented. This is defiantly a must do in Salem!
  • Salem is not just for witch's. The house is a great place to see...
  • The back garden (and the ocean view) are so pretty in the summer!
  • Very interesting tour and a very unique house. Worth doing the tour
  • Historical site in the heart of Salem. A must for literature lovers!
  • Well worth the $12 to explore The Gable house, Hawthorne's birth home and the grounds. The view from the gardens is spectacular!! Must see while in Salem!!!
  • Give & Get Back! Our Holiday GOLD Pride Pass unlocks $2 off adult admission + 20% off at the gift shop!
  • Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote about this house!
  • Take the tour. It was really good and I'm so glad we did it.
  • Definitely the most interesting place in Salem. Love the history behind it and loved going through the entire house, it so cool
  • Well worth the entrance fee. Tour is long, thorough and fun!
  • Beautiful place. Definitely NOT accessible for those with mobility issues. Also, may be difficult for larger folks since there is an itsy staircase that wraps behind a fireplace that's hard to climb.
  • No cameras allowed inside but the entire place is just beautiful! A must see in Salem!
  • Great view.
  • It's an amazing tour to go on and our guide Pablo was really informative and helpful even brining us to the Hawthorne house after for extra info. Great sites and a must see in Salem.
  • Cool house, the tour inside is short but nice. You can also visit the author's home birth house right next to it
  • The new to me Visitors Center was very nice. Lecture was excellent
  • A wonderful experience for literature lovers, especially fans of Hawthorne and the House of Seven Gables. Plus, it's beautiful property right on the Salem harbor.
  • Lots of stairs, some are pretty narrow, very low ceilings. Otherwise, the tour was amazing!