Living Here

 

 

Salem offers a wide range of recreation, entertainment, and shopping opportunities for the community. A new mixed-use Tuscan Village development offers exciting living, dining, and shopping opportunities for young professionals and 55+ residents. In addition, Salem's location, off I-93 offers easy access to other recreational and shopping amenities throughout the State.

 

 

 

Recreation

Salem offers a wide range of outdoor and recreation facilities.

 

      

Salem Bike-Ped Corridor

 
 

Shopping and Entertainment

Sales tax-free shopping opportunities

Salem offers a wide array of shopping and entertainment opportunities. Along the Route 28 Corridor, you will find an extensive selection of retail and shopping plazas. Conveniently located right off I-93, Exit 1, is the Mall at Rockingham Park, the premier shopping destination of the Merrimack Valley and Northern New England. The Town also offers a variety of fine dining and restaurants to enjoy. In addition, there is a movie theater under construction. 

 

Seifert Performing Arts Center, located in Salem, is a first-class performance and arts education center available to the community and Salem School District students. The center is also home to the NH Philarmonic Orchestra, entertaining the public with concerts and performances throughout the year. In addition, located about 25 miles North, is the iconic Palace Theater, a non-profit performing arts center in Downtown Manchester. 

 

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Ingram Senior Center

 

Additional Amenities 

The town has additional community amenities, centrally located and include the Ingram Senior Center, Salem Boys and Girls Club, Kelley Public Library, and the Salem Farmers Market

 

The Farmer's Market is open Every Sunday from 10 AM - 2 PM and has a summer and winter location.