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On the Way to the House of the Seven Gables, my Girlfriend and me saw the Pickering Wharf and stopped. So as on the Pictures theres not much to see only a Waterfront. The only good Thing where the Signs about the History of the...More
In August the town of Beverly has a small town celebration, complete with Fireworks. The wharf had a sunset cruise that included the fireworks. It was very fun time and reasonably priced. Lots of friendly locals to share the sites with. The crew was great...More
Pretty seaside marketing area. Visually appealing with a number of good shops and several nice restaurants. Not as appealing as it was a number of years ago and could use additional shops to improve the area.
Be sure to walk to the around the wharf to enjoy the water views and sailboats in the area. We even saw an old ship that looked like it was in the process of being restored. There are shops and restaurants along Wharf Street where...More
When we are in Salem, Massachusetts we always go to and visit the Pickering Wharf as they have different old ships and they have a lot of great places to eat around it. We would recommend that if you go here make sure to try...More
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Everything is pretty walkable so I would recommend looking for street parking somewhere near the warf. There are plenty of benches and little cafes or places to grab a seat if you need a rest. Always tell people to find a... More
Everything is pretty walkable so I would recommend looking for street parking somewhere near the warf. There are plenty of benches and little cafes or places to grab a seat if you need a rest. Always tell people to find a spot and bunker down there to make it easier.
there is a drop off area right in front of the Friendship but the but the busses cannot stay there for a prolong period.
neither at the witch museum
buses usually proceed to large shopping malls or walmarts and wait there