The Witch House at Salem
4:00pm - Visit one of the oldest and creepiest houses in Salem, that once belonged to one of the judges of the trials
The Jonathan Corwin House in Salem, Massachusetts, known as The Witch House, was the home of Judge Jonathan Corwin and is the only structure still standing in Salem with direct ties to the Salem witch trials of 1692, thought to be built between 1620 and 1642. Corwin bought it in 1675.
The Witch House is the last structure in Salem that is directly tied to the Witchcraft Trials of 1692. This was the 17th century home of Judge Jonathan Corwin. We are a historic house museum offering fascinating insight into this period.
Salem’s only building with direct ties to the witch trials, the 17th century home of Judge Jonathon Corwin”
See where some of the infamous witch hysteria took place in 1692. Period architecture makes it a gem.
“The Witch Dungeon Museum will transport you to Salem circa 1692 through moving live reenactments of the witch trials. The performances are done by professional actresses in period costumes and are based on actual historical court transcripts from the 1692 trials, which resulted in the death of 19 of more than 150 accused “witches.” The museum also features a replica dungeon that resembles those where accused witches may have been held.”
“Sure, it's a neat house with beautiful gardens, but the history is fascinating, as are the spooky vibes.... An amazing holdover from America's earliest days. ”
“This National Park preserves one of America’s most influential ports, Historic buildings, wharves, and the vessel Friendship; describe the traders and sailors who brought the riches of the Far East to America”
“The Friendship boat sits at the Wharf and is a fun walk out to the lighthouse. Great place to walk around and to grab lunch after! ”