Museums & Attractions

Salem's museums and attractions offer something for everyone this October! Check the listings below to find sites, spooks, and history at Salem Haunted Happenings. 

 
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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Daniels House
Want to be transported back in time? Come explore the Daniels House, built in 1667 by Captain Stephen Daniels and nationally recognized for its “exceptional...
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Gallows Hill Museum/Theatre
Using Holograms, ghostly projections, rumble seats, 4-D effects and more, Gallows Hill brings the history and terror of the Salem Witch Trials to life. Not...
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Halloween Museum
Experience Halloween through interactive and family-friendly exhibits on fortune-telling, vintage Halloween artifacts, Halloween-themed movies, costumes, Salem’s witchcraft and more. Open every day, reservations required!
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Haunted Harvest at Insa
Join us if you dare… The Haunted Harvest is a month-long immersive experience at Insa’s Salem dispensary celebrating Halloween and its deep connection with healers...
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Phillips House
Historic New England’s Phillips House
Discover over 200 years of Salem history on historic Chestnut Street. Wicked Wednesdays at the Phillips House (October 16, 23, & 30) Get wicked at...
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History Alive Inc.,/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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New England Pirate Museum
New England Pirate Museum
“An Historical Adventure.” The unique and little know history of New England sea robbers comes alive at the Pirate Museum. Features a guided tour where...
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North of Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau
Within a 30-minute radius of Salem, visit area cities and towns to explore coastal scenic beauty, activities on and off the water, boutique shopping and...
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Charter Street Cemetery
Old Burying Point/Charter Street Cemetery
The Charter Street Cemetery Welcome Center is now open in the 17th century Pickman House next to the memorial. Founded in 1637, Salem’s oldest cemetery...
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Peabody Essex Museum
Founded in 1799, the Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) is the country’s oldest continuously operating museum. It’s also one of the largest and fastest-growing. PEM celebrates...
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Salem Arts Association
Salem Arts Association is a community art gallery located in Salem’s Historic Derby Street Neighborhood, situated between the Salem Maritime national Historic Site and The...
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Salem Haunted Magic Show Presents Hysteria: X!
10 Years of Magic, Mystery & Frights! An All New Live, In-person Show for 2021! The Salem Haunted Magic Show returns this October with it’s...
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Salem Heritage Trail
Salem Heritage Trail
What’s that line on the ground? It’s the Heritage Trail, and it connects all of Salem’s main sites. Navigate your way through Salem and America’s...
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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
Hours: Wednesday – Sunday, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM Located at 2 New Liberty Street across from the Peabody Essex Museum and the Museum Place...
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Salem Wax Museum
Salem Wax Museum and Its Haunted Neighborhood
Salem’s original wax museum for over 25 years, is a self-guided, open gallery depicting Salem’s history from the witch trials hysteria to bold seafarers. Guest...
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Salem Witch Museum
Salem Witch Museum
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...
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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, exhibits, and events, and houses the internationally infamous 8 ½-foot-tall bronze statue of Baphomet....
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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. Visit the Museum Store year-round....
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Witch House
The Witch House
17th-century home of Witch Trials Judge Jonathan Corwin. Salem’s only remaining structure with direct ties to the tragic events of 1692. Explore the architecture, furnishings,...
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Witch Dungeon
Witch Dungeon Museum
The mood is set from the moment you enter the Witch Dungeon Museum. You are there – in Salem Village 1692 and you are guaranteed...
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Witch History Museum
Witch History Museum
The untold stories of 1692 are told through a historically accurate live presentation followed by a guided tour downstairs where you will walk through the...
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Witch Pix
Award winning and rated as one of the 9 Most Unique Travel Experiences in the USA by Trip Advisor, Witch Pix has been a witch-themed...
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Within the Witching Hour Spell Casting
Live spell casting presentation by a practicing Witch that will take you through the steps of a ritual circle. Combination passes available with other Salem...
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