Count Orlok's Nightmare Gallery, Salem
About Count Orlok's Nightmare Gallery, Salem
Count Orlok's Nightmare Gallery, Salem - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 285 Derby St, Salem, MA 01970, USA
Ticket Price: 8 USD
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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Count Orlok's Nightmare Gallery is a museum and a haunted house in Salem that is an exciting and an interesting place to visit. Take a tour of the museum, that is lined with the wax statues of monsters and much popular spooky characters and get to understand their history that is filled with scary background. True to its name, Count Orlok's Nightmare Gallery offers a truly wonderful experience that is a nightmare for plenty. Count Orlok's Nightmare Gallery is a must-visit for movie buffs.
Count Orlok's Nightmare Gallery Information
- No Photographs or videography is allowed while in the museum.
Count Orlok's Nightmare Gallery Ticket Prices
- Children (Age 6 - 12): $6.00
- Children (Age 5 & below): Free
Count Orlok's Nightmare Gallery Opening and Closing Hours
- The hours are subject to change so check the timings with the management before visiting.
How To reach Count Orlok's Nightmare Gallery by Public Transport
- Bus: No.451, 455, 459 - stop Congress St @ Derby St
- Rent a car or hire a taxi.
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This place is SO AWESOME! I was pretty skeptical going in, thinking it would be kind of hokey and goofy; especially given a lot of the other Salem attractions being used to draw in tourists... But I was SO pleasantly surprised! If you're a fan of horror movies, GO HERE. It was so cool! They have some really awesome life-size horror icons, and the whole environment is so great. Double bonus - William Ragsdale from the original "Fright Night" was there signing autographs! Photos aren't allowed, so I don't have any to share - but I definitely, definitely recommend making this place a destination on your trip to Salem, MA!
The guy at the counter was being a complete "jerk" (would use a stronger word but I don't think google would approve of this review). I heard him say there were two rules: no touching things and no flash photography. I have PTSD and can't stand loud noises - asked him if there were jump scares before we went in and he said no. Anyway, I took some photos (without flash) and instead of being an adult telling me "hey no photos of any kind actually" he forced a bunch of jump scares on me (loud noises and machine air blowing at my ankles). I thought that was extremely unprofessional. I don't understand why he couldn't have given me a warning (in this case due to a misunderstanding on my part), instead of "punishing" me. If he asked me to delete the photos I took, I would've complied because it was my mistake. What he did was 100% the wrong way to go about establishing a rule. Otherwise, this museum is actually pretty cool. Small, but super interesting. I will edit my rating that will reflect more on the enjoyment of the museum rather than the way I was treated, if management can issue me an apology for what happened.
The fact that this place isn't 5 stars kills me. BEST thing to do in Salem. It's to die for ( sorry for my lame joke ) we had to walk through twice it was so fun. Even the biggest of horror fans will learn something new. I'll go every time I enter Salem, I promise it.
So many amazing things in this museum. From face casts of actors to life size.wax replicas and much more. If you are a horror movie fan, this is a must. I got tears in my eyes when I saw some of the things in there. Don't want to spoil too much, so go see for yourselves!!!!! =)
All of the displays we're so well done and had all kinds of really interesting info. It's a must see if you are a horror movie fan, especially if you enjoy the classic monster horror movies.
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