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Salem Museum Hours
Open Noon – 5 PM Daily
Through October 31st

Tickets are $3 each
Children under 12 are free

The Salem Museum is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

The Museum is located at the Old Salem Town Hall
32 Derby Square, Salem, Massachusetts, 01970
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Phone: 978.998.2094
Director: David Goss
Design Director: Ken Harris
Curator: Mary Ellen Smiley
Website Design:
Great Island Design


“Cry Innocent”
A must see for everyone, “Cry Innocent” is the longest continuously-running show north of Boston, and is Salem’s best way to learn about the witch trials. Featured on the Discovery Channel, the Travel Channel, A&E, Nickelodeon, TLC, NPR, BBC, CNN and MTV.
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The City of Salem
Mayor Kimberly Driscoll
Deborah Greel, Public Art Planner
City of Salem


Advanced Imaging
Brunonia Barry
Jeffrey P. Beale
The Boston Early Music Festival
George & Ellen Brandenberg
Cabot Heritage Corporation
Cabot Money Management
Eaton Vance
David & Rebecca Goss
The Loring Family
Maura McGrane
The Salem Inn
Soucy Insurance Agency
The Wrightson Family
Jannette & Rafael Crespo
Daniel Randall & Philip Gillespie
Betsy & Brenton Dickson
Martha & Peter Pitman
Gary & Jane Stirgwolt
Connie & Dale Gephart
Jan & Peter Eschauzier
Barbara Cleary & David Hart
Sheila Connelly & Ping Yip
Julie & James Rose
Great Island Design
Holyoke Mutual Insurance Company
Osram Sylvania 


Peabody Essex Museum
The House of the Seven Gables
Beverly Historical Society
The Sultana Projects
Mount Auburn Cemetery
The Berkshire Athenaeum
The Beverly Public Library
Massachusetts Art Commission
John Frayler
Rebecca Goss
Paul Kenworthy
Doug Smiley
Christine Smiley
Debra Glabeau
Kevin Stirnweis
Sarah Larlee
Elaine von Bruns

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