The Salem WItch museum tells visitors the story of the Salem witch trials of the 1600's through wax figures and recorded narration. The first part of the museum is a round-shaped audotourium with the wax figures on stages that become illuminated as the narrator tells the story of bewitching, trials and hangings. It seemed too scary for the small children in the audience. The second part of the museum gives depictions of witches in todays society. All in all, a good hour is spent going through the exhibit finished in the witch gift shop.