Date Of Visit: October 7, 2017
Location: Congress St, Harbor St, Ward St, Lafayette St, Salem, MA
Hours: Accessible every day 24 hours
Parking: Street parking is available or you can park at the parking garage at 10 Congress St
Handicapped Accessible: Yes
Dog Friendly: Yes
Websites: Belin Mural
- most of the murals are on Wards St and Harbor St
- some of these murals are in residential areas or painted on apartment complexes
Sometimes poor judgment can lead to good outcomes. Such was the case when I decided, against my better judgment, to visit Salem, MA (the Halloween headquarter of America) on a Saturday afternoon in October. Parking was sparse (all of the main parking lots and parking spaces were taken or full). But, because I had to park farther away from the downtown area, we spotted another hidden treasure in the city.
These murals were found on Congress St
But, most of the murals are located on Harbor St and Ward St.
These murals were all located along a wall on Harbor St. Some of them were so well done they actually looked like photographs.
As these murals show, Salem is so much more than scary monsters and witchcraft lore.
So, the next time you’re in Salem, don’t just spend your time looking for ghosts and goblins, make sure to stop by and take a look at these works of art!