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Salem Witch Village

282 Rear Derby Street, Salem, MA
+1 978-740-9229
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This indoor maze offers visitors a guided tour through the history of witchcraft.
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282 Rear Derby Street, Salem, MA
+1 978-740-9229
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Reviewed 3 days ago

A great village, with so many shops, and area, witchcraft stores, and things, to see. Lots, of historic, and tales, to hear and see.

Thank britewally
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Our Princess Cruise Tour took us to this general area, that being the Downtown District. It was established in 1692. We are interested in the Revolutionary era and not what we saw here. A few shops and museums. The Salem Witch Trial Museum would be...More

Thank Richard S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We came here expecting so much more. I had at least thought that the shop staff would be dressed as witches. And there would be people walking around dressed up but no. I saw only one person dressed in olden day costume and that was...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Many places to buy stuff, take tours, photo ops, readings and even Harry Potter spell shop, If you like witchy, several blocks to explore

1  Thank Calgary_Can_Travel
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The village is about 3 blocks long and two blocks wide. A lot of little shops selling knick-knacks and t-shirts. We started out tour from here at about 8:00 at night. Something interesting......all the museums and shops close at 5 or 6 o'clock......even though there...More

Thank tffd01
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Enjoyed our guide and he told interesting stories but that is what they were. We were hoping for a little more history. We were told that "Thomas Watson received the first telephone call at a location in Salem." He was Born in Salem, but the...More

Thank carolynmo1960
Reviewed 18 May 2017 via mobile

Salem has lots of quirks, specialty shops, and interesting things to do AND people to see. We were traveling with our 50-lb dog. My best advice is ask at the door and you'd be surprised where your dog can go!

Thank megan0627
Reviewed 8 May 2017

This is just a very cute and fun shopping area. Plenty of places to stop in and get your fix on souvenirs and relax.

Thank Becki C
Reviewed 9 April 2017

This is our second time visiting the Village and we absolutely loved the experience. We recommend it to anyone curious about the history of Salem and Witches. Not recommended for ages 8 or younger due to historical info.

Thank daybout
Reviewed 31 March 2017 via mobile

To say the town is not pup friendly is an understatement, but than I come upon the Salem Witch Village and there is a light at the end of the tunnel. They welcome furry friends as long as nothing is left behind. Amanda was my...More

Thank Erica K
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Do you have to pay, to go see the shops? I'm not sure I understand. Usually you can go shop, and if you see something that you like, you purchase. I've never been somewhere, other than Costco, that you had to pay for the pleasure of just walking into a store. Please clarify.
14 October 2016|
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Response from globetrottergrub | Reviewed this property |
Unless you are purchasing something they have no charge. It is like a outdoor style mall. Just be mindful that many of those in the Wicca/witch shops actually practice the craft so being silly or light hearten can be taken... More