I took my nine year old granddaughter there for a weekend adventure. So much fun. The whole town is geared to the "witch experience."
The museum is very dated but the information that it shared was very interesting. Do not be put off by the very long lines. the museum probably holds about 200 people so at most you will wait for 20- 30 minutes, maximum
The "presentation" is poorly done - in a dark auditorium, a spotlight shines on one vignette at a time, showing outdated statues of people and furniture, and an ominous-sounding recording recites "facts" about something in each vignette. No photos are allowed. They make many mentions...More