Museums & Attractions

With a history as rich as ours, it makes sense that we have a whole host of museums and attractions. What will you explore?

 
Count Orlok’s Nightmare Gallery
With continuous yearly additions, this UNIQUE cinematic wax museum is like no other Salem attraction! Boasting over 60 life-sized professionally made characters by over 35...
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Cry Innocent
The year is 1692 . Bridget Bishop is accused of witchcraft and you are the Puritan jury. Hear the testimony. Cross-examine the witnesses. Decide the...
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Discover Gloucester
Just 20 minutes north of Salem, authentic Gloucester offers a variety of overnight stays from charming B+Bs to an elegant 4-star hotel. Book direct and...
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Gallows Hill Museum/Theatre
History, entertainment, and excitement, all in one place. A live theatrical experience about Gallows Hill, the witch hysteria, ghosts, AND a witch trial with the...
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Phillips House
Historic New England’s Phillips House
Discover over 200 years of Salem history on historic Chestnut Street. 11:00 am-4:00 pm.
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Moon Witch
Immerse yourself in witchcraft and moon magick!  Explore contemporary witchcraft through music, performance, video, and more. Moon Witch will honor those in spirit, and show includes...
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New England Pirate Museum
New England Pirate Museum
Features a guided tour where you will visit a recreated dock side village, cave and pirate ship and experience the adventures of New England’s sea-robbers....
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North of Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau
Fall is the perfect time to find your favorite spot North of Boston. Enjoy eating cider donuts, apple-picking, ever-changing hues, and more in our 34...
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Charter Street Cemetery
Old Burying Point/Charter Street Cemetery
Founded in 1637, Salem’s oldest cemetery is the final resting place of several notable Salem residents. Old Burying Point may be closed for extended periods...
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Peabody Essex Museum
PEM features unrivaled collections from New England and around the world, special exhibitions and historic properties, including an 18th century Chinese merchant’s house. ♿
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Salem Arts Association
Our galleries and shop present exhibitions of artistic creations by local artists from across Boston’s North Shore. We’re an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization. Open Saturdays and...
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Salem Heritage Trail
Salem Heritage Trail
What’s that red line on the ground? It’s the Heritage Trail, and it connects all of Salem’s main sites. Navigate your way through Salem and...
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Pioneer Village
Salem in 1630: Pioneer Village
Pioneer Village is America’s first living history museum. The village features examples of colonial architecture; dugouts, wigwams, thatched-roof cottages, the Governor’s Faire House, culinary and...
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Salem Maritime National Historic Site
This National Park preserves one of America’s most influential ports, Historic buildings, wharves, and the vessel Friendship; describe the traders and sailors who brought the...
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Salem Visitor Center
Salem Regional Visitor Center
The Salem Regional Visitor Center is located at 2 New Liberty Street. Click here for directions or call 978-740-1650 for more information. Centrally located to...
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Salem Wax Museum
Salem Wax Museum and Its Haunted Neighborhood
Celebrating its 25th anniversary, an open gallery of notable figures of 1692 depicted by London-made wax figures. Boasts a brand-new gift shop. Multiple attraction discounts...
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Salem Witch Museum
Salem Witch Museum
The Salem Witch Museum presents one of the most tragic stories in American history, the Witch Trials of 1692. The exhibit, “Witches: Evolving Perceptions,” examines...
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Witch Trials Memorial
Salem Witch Trials Memorial
Symbolically located behind the Old Burying Point, the Salem Witch Trials Memorial is a place of reflection and remembrance for visitors and descendants of those...
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Salem Witch Village
A mystical journey by practicing witches, separating myths and reality of witchcraft. Multiple attraction discounts. ♿
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Satanic Temple Salem
The Satanic Temple features the Salem Art Gallery which hosts rituals, black masses, devilish events, lectures and is home to the internationally infamous 8 ½-foot-tall...
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The House of the Seven Gables
Guided tours at The Gables: Walk the halls and hear the history of one of America’s most famous houses. Daily. The Gables’ Museum Store: Enjoy...
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Witch House
The Witch House
17th century home of Witchcraft Trials Judge Jonathan Corwin. Salem’s only remaining structure with direct ties to the tragic events of 1692. Explore architecture, furnishings,...
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Witch Dungeon
Witch Dungeon Museum
An award winning live re-enactment of a 1692 witch trial plus a guided tour through the dungeon. Save $8.00 per person with combination ticket to...
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Witch History Museum
Witch History Museum
The stories of 1692 are told through a historically accurate live presentation and guided tour downstairs featuring 15 life-size scenes. Save $8 .00 per person...
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Witch Pix
A premium witch-costume photo studio. Be the star of your own photo shoot and capture the allure of being a witch. Extensive handmade costumes, three...
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Within the Witching Hour Spell Casting
Live spell casting by a practicing witch guiding you through your own spell. Multiple attraction discounts. ♿
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