There are so many kid friendly and family friendly options all around Salem through the year. The holiday season is an extra special time to spend with loved ones and the following are some ideas for you! This list isn’t all inclusive by any means, it’s just a starting point to get you going.
A Very Grinchy Holiday Special
Now in it’s 6th year, Erik Rodenhiser returns as The Grinch for more Holiday fun at The Saltonstall School Auditorium in Salem. Details can be found here.
Holiday window displays around Salem
The holidays are coming, and Salem is preparing to dress for the season with trees, wreaths, and ribbons. As part of the festive fun, downtown businesses decorate their windows especially for the holidays. Judges nominated by Salem Main Streets make the rounds to vote on the best windows. Details can be found here.
Krampus Holiday Pics
Ring in the holidays in true Salem, MA style with pictures taken at VampFangs featuring Krampus. Details can be found here.
Letters to Santa
Bring the little ones to write letters to Santa, enjoy hot chocolate, treats and more. Details can be found here.
Holiday Classics Concert
Classic holiday music the whole family can enjoy. There is nothing more festive than setting the mood with Christmas music! Details can be found here.
Santa brunch at the Hawthorne Hotel
Enjoy brunch with the head guy himself at the Hawthorne Hotel. Details can be found here.
Doggo Christmas party at Notch
The holidays, family and doggos. What a perfect combo!! Details of this event happening at Notch can be found here. Please note, this is still a brewery and the ages of your family members should be kept in mind.
A Christmas Carol
Tickets to this are likely sold out, however you may get lucky if you keep an eye on the Trolley’s website and social media. Details can be found here.
Santa at the Phillips House
The Phillips House Museum is hosting Santa for some seasonal good times. Details can be found here.
Christmas tea at the Philips House
A warm cup of tea will keep you nice and toasty during these New England winters. Have a sip and visit with Santa at the Phillips House. Details can be found here.
I hope this helped spark some ideas for you and the family. Enjoy!! <3