|About Salem Pioneer Village|
Image courtesy of History Alive.
Built in 1930 to mark the tercentennial of Massachusetts, Pioneer Village is America's first living history museum. The village sits on three acres of land and contains various examples of colonial architecture: dugouts, wigwams, thatched roof cottages, and the Governor's Faire House. Culinary and medicinal gardens and a blacksmith shop further interpret early 17th-century colonial life.
Pioneer Village is nestled between the woods and the ocean, a ten minute drive from downtown, in Salem's Forest River Park.
Also, if you would like to use Pioneer Village for a period event or re-enactment during the summer, please contact us for more information regarding "17th Century Saturdays."