The Witch House
The Witch House is one of the oldest structures in Salem. It is a seventeenth-century house originally owned by Jonathan Corwin, who was a judge during the Salem witchcraft trials. The Witch House is now a museum, and is a must-see for all visiting Salem for the first time. During the month of October it offers special events and activites, which are announced on its website.
- Fax: 978-741-0578
- Hours: Daily, 10am - 5pm, mid May until the first week of November, and by appointment year-round
- Handicap Accessible: The first floor is handicapped accessible. A multimedia tour is offered to those unable to reach the second floor.
- Ticket information: Adults, $8.25; Seniors, $6.25; Children, $4.25. Discounts for students, teachers, military personnel and AAA Members. For guided tours add $2.00 to the ticket price.
- Student discounts: Yes
- Senior discounts: Yes
- Private parties: No
- Food/drink: No
- Alcohol served: No
- Coat/bag check: No
- Parking: On-street: metered, Paid lot
- Restrictions: No smoking
- Guided tours?: Yes
- Guided tour languages: English, French, Japanese, Spanish
- Audio tours?: No
- Gift shop: Yes
- Gift shop hours: The gift shop is open during museum hours
- Cameras allowed?: Yes