Experience \\ Audio Postcards
Listen to a brief preview of our PEMwalks Audio Postcards:
Salem, Massachusetts has a uniquely rich architectural heritage. Every major American architectural style is represented within its borders. PEM’s campus includes three city blocks and several off-site properties. Here you will find a unique collection of buildings, gardens and architectural fragments spanning three centuries. Four of PEM's historic structures have been designated National Historic Landmarks and another six structures are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Explore PEM Walks, an audio postcard series that takes you into these remarkable structures with hosts Dinah Cardin, PEM’s Content Producer, and Steven Mallory, Manager of Historic Structures.
Salem, Massachusetts is a small community with an abundance of history. Known the world over for the Salem Witch Trials of 1692, the port city is 16 miles north of Boston. It boasts the nation’s first National Park site, a major university, a rich architectural heritage, distinct busy neighborhoods, a growing shopping and restaurant scene and a full calendar of festivals. In addition to a visit to the Peabody Essex Museum, there are many layers of history to explore in Salem, as well as a vibrant local arts and culture scene.