The Andover Center for History & Culture, formerly the Andover Historical Society, is located on Main Street in downtown Andover.
We are open and to keep you and our staff safe, we require strict compliance with our mask and physically distance policy. Because we are functioning at 25% capacity, you may need to wait on our front plaza for up to 15 minutes before entering the museum for your visit. Please plan accordingly. Tickets are sold ONLINE ONLY and we suggest you purchase your tickets before you arrive in Salem. We look forward to welcoming you to the Salem Witch Museum.
More About Andover Center for History & Culture
The Andover Center for History & Culture (formerly the Andover Historical Society) is headquartered in the Amos Blanchard House on Main Street, which was built in 1819 and donated to the Society in 1929 by Miss Caroline Underhill, who lived in the house until she passed away in 1956. The Center offers house tours and has a research room where the public is welcome to investigate Andover’s history. Their website contains a wealth of interesting information about the town, including material on the witchcraft trials and Reverend Francis Dane. Also available for purchase here are copies of the Plan of Andover in the Province of Massachusetts Bay, Essex County, 1692, a map created by the historical societies of Andover and North Andover in 1992. For further information, please visit: AndoverHistoryandCulture.org
97 Main Street