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.

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Witch Trials Online Sites Tour


Our online tour of the Salem witchcraft trials sites allows you to view locations around Essex and Middlesex counties and a few key sites in and around Boston that are related to the events of the year 1692. You may select a town or city below to view pictures (where available) and read about the sites in these locations. This section contains descriptions of the sites from the witchcraft trials which can still be seen today, including original houses, foundations, grave sites, and sites marked by historic markers. To give you an idea of the proximity of one site to another, we have also included the approximate locations of the homes of key figures that are no longer standing and have provided additional information about the roles these people played in 1692. Please visit the websites or call ahead to historic sites you plan to visit for admissions information. Many locations included here are private residences and are marked accordingly. They are included here to help provide a complete map of the affected area. Please treat these locations with respect and note they are not open to the public.
Begin Your Online Tour
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