Witch History Museum
Guided by a professional paranormal investigator, this 75-minute nighttime tour covers the darkest and scariest episodes of Salem's...
TV Land Statue
After remembering the very real tragedy of the Salem witch trials, you can have your picture taken with Samantha Stephens, the...
Witch Trials Memorial
The most poignant site in Salem is the Witch Trials Memorial, a quiet park behind the Peabody Essex Museum, where simple stones are...
Front Street Coffeehouse
A cool place to sip a caffe latte or munch on a giant sandwich – sometimes served with a healthy dose of attitude. This is where...
Red’s Sandwich Shop
This Salem institution has been serving eggs and sandwiches to faithful customers for over 50 years. The food is hearty and basic, but...
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Witch History Museum information
This 'museum' utilizes scary-looking mannequins to recount the history of the Salem witch trials. It has re-created scenes from 'Old Salem village,' including a meeting with Tituba and a visit to Reverend Parris' kitchen. Enthusiastic tour guides wear period clothing. There's definitely a gift shop.