The Salem Witch Museum, founded in 1972, offers two historical presentations. The first tells the tragic story of the 1692 witch trials, and takes place in a large auditorium with life-sized stage sets which are illuminated and dramatically-narrated to immerse visitors in the world of 17th century Salem. The second exhibit, Witches: Evolving Perceptions, examines the European witchcraft trials, the evolving image of the witch, and the larger issues of persecution and scapegoating in American history. Visit salemwitchmuseum.com for information on purchasing tickets, upcoming virtual events, educational materials and the online museum store.
OCTOBER HOUR UPDATES
On Tuesday, October 24, and Wednesday, October 25 the museum will close at 5 pm
On Sunday, October 29, the museum will close at 7 pm
Extended hours in October. Same-day online ticket purchase.
PLEASE BE ADVISED FOR OCTOBER Same day tickets go live at midnight
Salem Witch Museum Extended Hours in October
Open daily from 10 am until 5 pm except for Thursdays until 7 pm, Fridays and Saturdays until 10 pm, and Sundays until 8 pm, and Halloween 10am – 10pm.