Historic buildings, Friendship of Salem, and tours & programs open by seasonal schedule. Count Orlok's Nightmare Gallery is a journey into the history of Horror Cinema.
(All park facilities are closed on Thanksgiving, December 25th, and January 1st.) The only structure still standing in Salem with direct ties to the 1692 Salem Witch Trials. Admission is charged and there are reduced rates for groups, senior citizens, children and student groups. Over 20 different special FX artists from Hollywood have painstakingly reproduced life-sized creatures from over 30 different horror films.
Grounds, trails, wharves and outdoor exhibits open 7 days a week.Today, Witch House tours blend information about 17th-century lifestyles, furnishings, and architecture with fascinating insights into the events of 1692. It's great for families because there are no "scares" waiting around the corner to give the little ones nightmares.Visitors gain a deeper comprehension of the lives of those involved in the Witchcraft Trials through examination of family life, architecture and furniture of the seventeenth century. It's great for the horror fan because they get to come face to face with their favorite horror movie character. Open year round, (weekends only November to June) daily during summer through October.This email service is simple to use, and your inbox is easy to absorb quickly at a glance.Yahoo separates your inbox into sections – last week, earlier in the current month, last month and each month after that.