The Witch House, Salem

The Witch House, Salem - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: 310 Essex St, Salem, MA 01970, USA

Phone: +1-9787448815

Ticket Price: 8 USD

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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About The Witch House, Salem

If there is one structure in Salem that has a direct connection to the Salem Witch Trails of 1692, it is 'The Witch House'. Once home to the judge Jonathan Corwin who presided the Witch trails, the Witch House is now a historic landmark and is an important tourist attraction. Standing as a significant example of the beauty of the 17-th century New England architecture, the Witch House underwent restorations along the years and provides a fascinating insight into the history of Salem and a detailed information on the tragic event of 1692.

The Witch House Information

  • Confirm the status of the place with the management before visiting.

The Witch House Ticket Prices

Self Guided House Tour:

  • Seniors: $6.25
  • Children (Ages 6-14): $4.25
  • Children Under 6: Free

Guided House Tour:

  • Adult: $10.25
  • Seniors: $ 8.25
  • Children (Ages 7-14): $ 6.25

The Witch House Opening and Closing Hours

  • The Witch House is open only seasonally so check the status with the management before visiting.

How To reach The Witch House by Public Transport

  • By Bus: No.450, 456, 465 - stop Essex St @ Summer St.
  • By Bus: No.450, 451, 455, 456, 459, 465 - North St opp Lynde St.

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  • This is a neat little stop in Salem. There is a lot to see and a lot of very interesting artifacts. As far as interactivity goes it's not, this is simply a period house with items and placards however don't let that dissuade you it is very interesting to see how daily life was lived and there is a lot of very interesting material here. Expect to spend a bit of time here as it seems that the flow of people through here is self-organizing and you are pretty much at the same Pace that you would be at a mini golf course of waiting for the next group to clear, so if you're expecting to read every placard then I suggest going when it's not terribly busy.

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  • Very well acted trial. Also enjoyed the preface to the act which sets the scene and educates the audience about the facts. Very well done.

  • The house is a go at your own pace kind of place. There is plenty to read and learn, lots of interesting facts.. look for the skull moss!

  • Loved the wide plank flooring and being able to walk through a piece of our history...happy the home survived all this tome and is still cared for too.

  • Really nice place. We went at 11 am and it was not really crowded wich was nice. Nice short self-guided tour.

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