Danvers is an attractive town built along Danvers River (northeastern coast) in Essex County, Massachusetts. This area is mostly known for the infamous Salem Witch Trials that were held in 1692 (Danvers used to be called Salem Village during the 17th Century). Nowadays is a peaceful and welcoming community ideal for a short break. A few of the top Danvers attractions include Endicott Pear Tree (probably the oldest living fruit tree in the US), Glen Magna Farms, Judge Samuel Holten House, and Rebecca Nurse Homestead. Regarding budget accommodation, there are more than 200 and nearby Danvers where you can enjoy a pleasant stay without having to pay a fortune.