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Rebecca Nurse Homestead

149 Pine St, Danvers, MA 01923-2693
+1 978-774-8799
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A must see if touring witch trials

This is an independent stop and not part of any Salem tour as it is not in Salem. The tour guide... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Brandy C
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Historic not Scary

Th Rebecca Nurse Homestead is worth visiting for those interested in early American History and... read more

Reviewed 24 November 2016
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149 Pine St, Danvers, MA 01923-2693
+1 978-774-8799
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is an independent stop and not part of any Salem tour as it is not in Salem. The tour guide was friendly and knowledgeable. The house is well preserved. The replica meeting house is on site and was interesting. I randomly met Rebecca Nurse's...More

1  Thank Brandy C
Reviewed 24 November 2016 via mobile

Th Rebecca Nurse Homestead is worth visiting for those interested in early American History and lifestyle. The Rebecca Nurse Home is not about Witchcraft.. The focus is on how our early settlers lived in the 17th century. The home in Danvers is easy to find...More

Reviewed 8 November 2016

The homestead is beautiful and the house is as comfortable as a farmer's home could have been in the 1600's. It is quite large with several good-sized rooms containing furniture representative of the era. The tour starts in the meeting house where our guide gave...More

1  Thank AnneMarie B
Reviewed 25 October 2016

Lots of places close in October in Massachusetts! And the Rebecca Nurse Homestead was one of them, although someone was working in the house. We thot about asking for a tour and probably should have! It is a gorgeous location for such a sad story....More

1  Thank candydawn
Reviewed 24 October 2016

Beautiful homestead and family graveyard. It is assumed that Rebecca herself is buried in the family plot in an unmarked grave, her body taken by her family after her murder at the hands of the hysterical citizens and court system of Salem. It is quiet...More

1  Thank LMJST
Reviewed 24 October 2016 via mobile

My husband and I both found the guided tour with Candace very interesting. She is very knowledgeable about the Nurse family as well as Salem Witch Trials and hysteria. When we arrived, we walked down to the family cemetery and the Rebecca Nurse monument. Beautiful...More

1  Thank cbtreview
Reviewed 22 October 2016 via mobile

The Rebecca Nurse Homestead commemorates the life and unfortunate excution of Mrs. Nurse during the witchcraft hysteria of he 1690's. Situated on 27 of the original 300 acres, the property features the original Nurse home, several outbuildings, a reproduction courthouse constructed for a 1980's movie,...More

Thank roondog3931
Reviewed 4 October 2016

We did the Recbecca Nurse Homestead tour after seeing a lot of the sites and doing various tours around Salem. For me this one stood out as the highlight. It's a nice quiet area and you don't have the same volume of visitors, so it's...More

1  Thank Connoisseur84
Reviewed 18 September 2016 via mobile

Nice well preserved peak into the past. The Rebecca Nurse story had always been a popular story from the witch trials. This is certainly a must see for history lovers.make sure this is included with your tours of Salem this October

Thank Pete M
Reviewed 9 September 2016 via mobile

Cousins doing genealogy together on their 9th grt. Grandmother Rebecca. Very deep and informative private tour by Don. Thank you Don.

1  Thank plastx2
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when it it open to visitors?Is it open in May?Making a trip 5/4/2016
2 May 2016|
Response from CClemenzi | Property representative |
Hello, Yes, the museum will be open beginning in May. The museum's spring hours will be Friday through Sunday 10am to 3pm. Please let me know if you have any other questions!