A friendly atmosphere and delicious food make this a favorite destination of Salem locals year-round.
The heart of Salem Film Fest, this auditorium has been its home from the beginning, featuring gentle lighting and a generous stage. It’s the perfect setting for a filmmaker Q&A or a live music interlude. Voted Best North Shore Movie Theater five times, CinemaSalem is proud to host the 2014 Salem Film Fest.
This intimate and comfortable theater provides a cozy ambience for film viewing and discussion. Voted Best North Shore Movie Theater five times, CinemaSalem is proud to host the 2014 Salem Film Fest.
With attendance growing at more than 20% per year, it’s nice to have a bigger auditorium to accommodate everyone, and Theater Two fits the bill. Voted Best North Shore Movie Theater five times, CinemaSalem is proud to host the 2014 Salem Film Fest.
Surrounded on three sides by windows overlooking Salem Harbor, Finz offers guests lively waterfront scenery in a comfortable open concept interior. Of particular note are the copper-topped bar, floor to ceiling glass wall, fire-side lounge with sofa seating and the built-in raw bar. With events centered around local arts, Finz is the place to experience Salem.
On March 17, 1938, Salem Maritime National Historic Site was the first national historic site established by the National Park Service under the National Historic Sites act of 1935. Its purpose is to promote the maritime history of New England and the United States, and preserve part of the historic waterfront in Salem, Massachusetts.
Old Town Hall is the earliest surviving municipal structure in Salem, Massachusetts (dating from 1816-17) and an outstanding Federal Style building. The second floor of the building, Great Hall, has always been used as a public hall, and contained Town offices until 1837. The first floor, originally designed as a public market, is now being used as a public art space, in conjunction with Artists Row in the Marketplace.
Through its exhibitions, programs, publications, media and related activities, PEM strives to create experiences that transform people’s lives by broadening their perspectives, attitudes, and knowledge of themselves and the wider world.
Thanks to Marley Properties, the 2014 Salem Film Fest has a downtown presence at 186 Essex St in the Museum Place Mall (former Yarina’s Threads location across from Pamplemousse). Stop in to pick up postcards and FILM SCHEDULES, watch trailers, find out about our filmmaker forums, listen to local music, and perhaps even hang with some visiting filmmakers.
SFF Pop-Up Shop open March 1-13, strictly adhering to artist’s hours.
Located just steps from CinemaSalem, PEM, and the National Park Service Visitors Center, this comfortable and friendly establishment offers delicious pub-style food, great beer and wine, and a full slate of musical entertainment.