Salem Witch Museum
19 l/2 Washington Sq. No.
Salem, MA 01970
Telephone: (978) 744-1692
Presentation of the Salem Witch Trials of 1692. Witness the testimony of the hysterical girls, the suffering of the blameless victims, and the decisions of the fanatical judges who sent innocent people to their deaths. Only a block from the Visitor Center, and facing the Salem Common, you'll find an imposing stone Romanesque building housing the famous Salem Witch Museum. The horrifying events of the 1692 witch trials are depicted in the museum's thoroughly researched and powerful presentation. Visitors are offered a complete look at one of the most important, emotional, and tragic events in American history.
Open daily year-round. closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Day. Extended hours for weekends in October.