My boys and I walked around town and saw 18 of the 21 sculptures today. Here are our pictures...
|Dutch Tulips at the Peabody Essex Museum.|
|Dragon at the Trolley Depot.|
|Salem Five on Essex Street.|
|Rapunzel at Mud Puddle Toys.|
|Jazz piano at Rockafellas.|
|Snowflake at Lappin Park (by the Bewitched statue)|
|Salem State University at Lappin Park.|
|Champagne Glasses at Adriatic Cafe.|
|Sled at Maria's Sweet Somethings.|
|Always a highlight of Salem So Sweet - Maria's Sweet Somethings' chocolate fountain.|
|Beautiful lady at Rouge.|
|Anchors Aweigh at the Salem Waterfront Hotel.|
|Big Tuna at Finz.|
|Mermaid on Pickering Wharf.|
|Through the Looking Glass at Sophia's.|
|Salem Film Fest at CinemaSalem.|
The sculptures will stay up as long as the weather allows, and many of them are under tents or tarps to protect them from rain. These are definitely a great excuse to get out and walk around a snowy, wintery Salem.
For more information on Salem So Sweet, which continues through February 14, visit SalemMainStreets.org.