The House of the Seven Gables is a 17th-century Salem mansion which inspired even the famous novelist Nathaniel Hawthorne in ... More
House of the Seven Gables (The)
The House of the Seven Gables is a 17th-century Salem mansion which inspired even the famous novelist Nathaniel Hawthorne in her work of the same name. Also named the Turner-Ingersoll mansion, "seven gables" refers to its seven triangular points above the roofline. Built in 1688, this house contains a hidden staircase and is located on Salem Harbor. The house where Hawthorne was born has been moved to this property and can also be seen.
This site was the first National Historic Site recognized by the National Park Service, and is comprised of nine acres
of land that encompass twelve historic buildings and structures along the Salem waterfront; there is also a visitor
This park offers beautiful tree shaded grounds that afford ocean views, piers, bandstands, beaches, picnic areas, rides for children, a
plethora of activities and great places to eat, and much more for a wonderful and relaxing outing.
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