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“Salem's history in wax”
The Salem Wax Museum of Witches & Seafarers—in operation for more than 20 years—features 50 London-made wax figures depicting scenes from Salem's history. From the infamous 1692 witch trials to its days as a bustling seaport, the museum is full of dioramas populated with figures that will make you look twice—crossed eyes, missing fingers, and questionable wardrobe choices abound.
Don't waste your money on this tourist trap. It is completely cheesy, and many of the "facts" presented here are totally inaccurate. The figures do not look like wax, but like mannequins that... Read more
As a frequent Salemite, I had to laugh. When I read a review that has 5 stars. Whoever that was must know nothing about the history of Salem or the area. This is the WORST place. Is it still in... Read more
Honestly this place seems to have a bad reputation on here, but it wasn't that bad. Got combo online to do this and the Witch Village for 20$. There was wax figures and plaques to read. It is... Read more
Salem Wax Museum
- Sun - Sat: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm
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