Hear Their Story & Walk Their Land
Coming June 10
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Bus and Coach Parking, Oct. 2012
main presentation takes you back to the events of the Salem Witch Trials of 1692 through life-size stage sets, figures, lighting and a stirring narration. Live guides then take you through our special exhibit on the changing interpretations of witches, the truth behind the stereotypes, witchcraft practice today and the frightening phenomenon of witch hunting.
Do you believe in witches?
Don't answer until you visit us.
After an historically accurate look at the Salem Witch Trials in our main
exhibit, visitors are invited to challenge their beliefs about the
word witch. WITCHES: Evolving Perceptions> traces the evolution
of the stereotypical witch and presents the beliefs of wicca as they
are practiced today. How does a witch-hunt start? An analysis of the
components allows visitors to see for themselves how fear can lead
to scapegoating. Examples of modern witch-hunts make WITCHES
a thought provoking conclusion to a visit to the Salem Witch Museum.
The museum is on route 1A - diagonally across from the Common in downtown Salem.
See Directions to the museum.
Groups of 10 paying people or more qualify for group rates. 20+
in group includes comp for driver and escort. We admit one complimentary chaperone for every
10 students (6-18 years). Must have at least 10 in group.
Peak season is Spring through Fall.
Groups must arrive at the museum 15 minutes prior to their scheduled appointment time and
should allow a total of 1 hour for the visit.
Call early to book desired time especially for fall foliage.
Payment due at time of visit by company check or cash.
For groups who send 20 tours or more a year to us, an admission credit application can be
A courtesy call to allow us time to sell the space to others is appreciated.
20+ in group includes comp for driver and escort
Salem Motor Coach Route Map(PDF 1.7 MB)
Designated Motorcoach parking is available across the street from the museum.
City ordinance requires motorcoach engines be turned off when parked anywhere
in the city. Motorcoaches must be in a designated parking spot or subject to $100.00
The museum presentation has been translated into French, Japanese, German, Spanish and
Italian and is available to our groups with advanced notice. Chinese is now available in script form.
Slides, brochures, group
tour planner for the North of Boston region. E-mail address to make your reservation online.