Hear Their Story & Walk Their Land
Coming June 10
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is available across the street from the Museum.
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Follow the history of witches, witchcraft and witch hunts through the ages. Our main presentation is an overview of the events of the Salem Witch Trials of 1692. Witches - Evolving Perceptions is a provocative exhibit which presents the ancient pagan wise woman, the stereotypical witch, modern witchcraft and the phenomenon of witch hunts.
Do you believe in witches? Don't answer until you visit us.
Salem is famous for Haunted Happenings, a month-long Halloween festival. For this very popular event, we recommend that you contact a receptive tour operator for special Halloween packages. Also, visit HauntedHappenings.org for the latest information and event schedule.
Peak season is Spring through Fall.
Need 10 paying people in the group to qualify for group rates. 20+ in group includes comp for driver and tour director.
We admit one complimentary chaperone for every 10 students (6-18 years).
Reservations are required. Call early to book desired time, especially during the fall foliage season.
Groups must arrive at the museum 15 minutes prior to their scheduled appointment time and should allow a total of 1 and a quarter hour for the visit.
Payment by company check, MasterCard, Visa , Discover, or cash due at time of visit. For companies who send a minimum of 20 tours a year an admission charge account can be established. In case of cancellations, a courtesy call to allow us time to sell the space to others is appreciated.
School groups: One free Adult per ten Children
Adult / Senior Citizens Group: Group Leader and Coach Driver
The museum presentation has been translated into French, Japanese, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Mandarin and Cantonese. Translations are available to our groups with advanced notice.
Brochures, and an image disc are available, please contact us for your requirements.
Enter your photo for a chance to win the 2013 Salem Witch Trials Calendar.
Send us your picture taken in front of our sign for our website upgrade, and you could win a calendar. Three people will win the prize, but we'd like to use all good photos. There's plenty of time left in 2013 to learn the details of this still-fascinating time in our history.
Send .jpg image files to StacyT@salemwitchmuseum.com Good luck!
Among the more common questions we're asked is, "What is spectral evidence and what role did it play in the Salem Witch Trials?"