A Visit to Salem, New Jersey


Yesterday I drove to Salem, order New Jersey. It’s my second visit to this wonderful little historic town. Salem is rich in history, pharmacy much too much for me to tell you, rx but if you would like to read more here is a link you might find interesting.


As you drive down Market Street, you will see so many beautifully restored historic houses. Of course this time of the year, they look extra beautiful all decked out for Christmas.



Salem was first established by English families who came down from New Haven, Conn., to settle in Ferkin’s Creek, now known as the town of Salem. Around the same time the Swedes bought the town of Cape May to Raccoon Creek from the Indians, and in order to unite the Swedes with the English, the governor came over about a year later. He was expected to act kindly toward them, for hundreds more were expected and they were willing to be subjects of the Swedish government.




After all the picture taking, it was time to antique! It’s not often these days that you find an antique shop filled with primitives, but this one is. It’s owners Michael and Suzanne are just the nicest people, and they have a little boy named Sammy. He is just as cute as he can be.


The building is large with two floors filled to the brim. If you ever get a chance to go to Salem, your really have to stop by, and be sure to tell them I said hello.



So after lots of driving and antiquing it was time to leave, it was starting to get dark, and I don’t really like driving at night in an area that I am not that familiar with. I’ll be back for sure, there is so much to see in this area and Mullica Hill is not that far away. One day soon, I want to explore that town too.
Happy day

12 Responses to “A Visit to Salem, New Jersey”

  1. carrie~lolaenchanted Says:

    I love it!!!!! Love the buildings!

  2. Rachael Says:

    ohhhhhhhhhhhh look at that mantle!! I want I want I want! I also love the shutters on the doors~ THANKYOU for sharing

  3. Pear Tree Primitives Says:

    What a beautiful town, and very festive for the holidays. Hope you have a wonderful Christmas with your family!


  4. Rebecca Kerin Says:

    What beautiful pictures of this wonderful historic town! I will have to put this on my “go to ” list. Thanks for such beautiful eye candy!
    Car, May you and your family have a Blessed Christmas!

  5. Carole Says:

    Thank you Becky. Take care.

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