Salem's Most Visited Museum

Salem Witch Museum

Twenty innocent people were put to death during the Witch Hysteria of 1692.
History made them famous... we make them real!

Salem Witch Museum News

2011 Winter Holiday Hours

Saturday, December 24th :  10am to 3pm

Sunday, December 25th :  CLOSED

Saturday, December 31st :  10am to 3pm

Sunday, January 1st :  CLOSED

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Posted by Stacy on 11/28 at 02:53 PM Permalink

Christmas in Salem 2011

[singlepic id=79 h=200 w=200 float=right]Enjoy a 20% discount in our museum store December 1-24 with coupon.  Choose from educational materials on Salem’s history and modern-day witchcraft to attractive apparel and just-for-fun items!  Admission to the museum presentation is not necessary to visit our store.  For more information feel free to call the Salem Witch Museum at 978-744-1692.

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[singlepic id=78 h=250 w=250 float=left]Pairpoint Witch Balls Dating back to the 18th Century, hollow glass balls have been hung to ward off witch’s spells and evil spirits.  Legend has it that the evil spirit is attracted to these colorful balls, pulled inside, and trapped within the glass web protecting the home from harm.  It is told on Cape Cod that fishermen have used these mesmerizing balls in their nets to ward off evil spirits on the high seas.  Each Pairpoint Witch Ball is individually made and colored.

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*Happy Holidays*

Posted by Stacy on 11/17 at 01:39 PM Permalink