Salem Witch Museum (CURRENTLY CLOSED / VIRTUAL PROGRAMMING)

Halloween, History, Museums & Attractions, Salem Witch Trials, Witch Trials

The Salem witch Museum offers two historical presentations focused on the tragic events of the Salem witch trials of 1692 and the evolving image of the witch throughout history. The first presentation takes place in a large auditorium. Life sized stage sets are illuminated alongside a dramatic narration, immersing visitors in the world of 1692 Salem. The second presentation, “Witches: Evolving Perceptions” is a guided tour which examines the European witchcraft trials, how the word “witch” has evolved and changed over time, and the phenomenon of witch-hunting. ♿

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Salem Witch Museum

Details

Address:
19 1/2 Washington Square North
Salem, MA 01970
Phone:
978-744-1692
Website:
SalemWitchMuseum.com

Public Health Guidelines

Physical distancing of 6’ or more required

Face coverings or masks required

Hand sanitizer or hand washing stations available

Contactless payment available and encouraged

Reduced capacity / occupancy may increase wait times

Reservations Recommended

Reservations on sale day of while in Salem only, 1 hour time limit for visiting, restrooms available for patrons only.