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This museum is basically one large room, kept black, with benches around it. Your attention is directed around the room with the use of lights, as it tells the story about how the...

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Not the most up-to-date place to visit 8/22/2006

This museum is basically one large room, kept black, with benches around it. Your attention is directed around the room with the use of lights, as it tells the story about how the Salem Witch Trials began. I enjoyed it, mostly because I enjoy history. As far as Museums go, though, it was a big let down. more

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Kitschy Fun, Tourist Trap 3/19/2006

It's easy to see how someone would think this was a tourist trap. There isn't much to it (you just sit in a big room with dioramas and a recorded voice and lights), but it does give you an overview of the witch trials. Maybe you have to have seen it first as a kid, but it's kitschy fun for sure. Most interesting (and amusing in a macabre way) is the man who was pressed to death ("More weight," he cried). It's just a part of the whole Salem experience to visit this place. more

Which witch 8/12/2005

Well after hearing about the infamous Salem Witch Museum for so many years I finally went. And I still don’t know what all of the fuss is about. You enter a large dark room. A narrator tells stories of the witch trials where lighting illuminates tableaus around the room. They are less than impressive. In fact, the statue of John Proctor looked eerily like Neil Young. The mood thus was ruined. more
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