It's All a Bunch of Hocus Pocus
This beautiful wooded and hill peninsula jutting out into Salem Harbor became a municipal park in 1858. Graced with majestic, 200-year-old white willow trees, Salem Willows has a special place in amusement park history. Bavarian woodcarver Joseph Brown created the famous Flying-horse Carousel in 1866. In 1945, the horses were sold to Macy’s Department Store in New York City, where they graced the famous Macy’s Christmas displays. While the original horses have been replaced, the carousel itself still offers a thrilling ride. Salem Willows also spots and outdoor concert hall and a public beach.
|Theme||Amusement Park||Fun for the Whole Family|
|Threat||Home of the Little Folk||You never know who’s listening|