Decided very last minute on a trip back from Maine, to shoot over and see the Salem witch museum, it was some place my daughter & I had always wanted to visit, so we went & boy was it ever worth making the trip! We...More
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The old church catches your eye immediately as you walk to the corner in search of The Salem Witch Museum. An old church has been renovated into a museum which houses the story of the Salem Witch Trial. The entrance fee of $12/pp was more...More
Thank you for your review of the Salem Witch Museum. It is great to read that you had a good time visiting the museum. I will certainly pass on the kind words regarding our staff. Sincerely, Faxon M.
The building is georgeous. There is a lot of information available. The museum describes the events that took place during the witch hunt and hangings. I wished it was more interactive rather than just sitting in a chair and listening to a recording.
My boyfriend was really excited and heard a lot about visiting Salem and the museum. We walked up and couldn't tell if they were open or closed. Luckily a field trip was running behind and we got to tour it with them. The first part...More
Stopped in at the end of our Boston weekend. The Museum was fun and interesting. The first presentation was very good. The second was OK, but did not really hold the kids attention, it had a big focus on the Wiccan religion as opposed to...More
The first half is an historical accounting of the witch hysteria, and is very well done. The second half, however, is more a historical evolution of Wicca, which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but has NOTHING to do with the hysteria of 1692. As a...More
It was entertaining to a certain extent - almost like a throw back tourist destination. Go - support the local economy - sit on the white benches because they are easier to swivel around on to watch the presentation.