Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll Announces Free Salem Trolley Program for Residents

Salem TrolleyThe Salem Trolley, in partnership with Mayor Kimberley Driscoll's Office, will offer free rides to Salem residents

Fifth year of free trolley rides for Salem residents, with ID, June 1 through September 30

SALEM, Mass.—Salem Mayor Kimberley Driscoll, in partnership with the Salem Trolley, is pleased to once again offer free rides on the Salem Trolley for Salem residents starting June 1st and lasting until September 30th. Residents can receive a Resident Ticket by providing proof of residency at the Salem Trolley office (8 Central Street). Seating on the Trolley for those holding a Resident Ticket is on a space available basis.

“I want to thank the Salem Trolley for their generosity in once again making this terrific program possible for the people of Salem,” said Mayor Driscoll. “They are a true asset to Salem and our business community. I hope residents will make use of this great opportunity to take an enjoyable ride out to the Willows or to Salem Wharf, where they can catch the Salem Ferry to Boston, this summer.”

The Trolley runs seven days a week from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The Trolley’s route includes much of downtown Salem and also the Salem Willows. Regular stops are located at the Salem Visitors Center, Witch History Museum, Trolley Depot, Old Burial Point/Witch Trial Memorial, Pickering Wharf/Sea Level restaurant, the House of the Seven Gables, Salem Witch Museum, Peabody Essex Museum, Witch Dungeon Museum, and Salem Witch House/Salem Inn. Passenger requested stops are also made at the Salem Maritime Site, Salem Ferry, Winter Island, Salem Willows, and Hamilton Hall/Phillips House/Chestnut Street.

The complete route map is available at

[From a News Release]

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