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WE HAVE MOVED to 217 Essex Street in Salem! This cinematic Monster museum is one of Salem's most unique and sometimes overlooked attractions! If you enjoy monsters, don't miss this attraction! This museum is dedicated to all those who have...more
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My boyfriend loves horror movies, I also enjoy a few of the older ones- this place was awesome to check out. The wax figures were very realistic and each one had a snippet about the movie and an interesting filming fact to go with it....More
Worth going to if you are a horror
Movie fan. Does a good job giving trivia on the different movies. The wax figures are well done. Lots of potential to expand the displays. A little pricy at $11 for the small museum.
I think this is probably one of the most understated attractions in Salem. Witches get all the pomp and fuss, that even the tours I've been on that passed Orlok's haven't event mentioned it - but they should!
The museum opened later than I believe...More
This place had some of the most incredible wax statues I have ever seen. So real and beyond creepy....had me a little spook. Felt chills . The issue I had was no pictures allowed. Makes no sense. Every wax museum or other museum allows pics....More
Like the heading states. It literally is my favorite thing to see in Salem. I just came out from my 11th visit and my first visit since it moved to Essex, Witch (get it?) was the SMARTEST thing that could have happened! The traffic and...More
I have walked by this place (when it was in the older location) and was always curious. Now in its new home, I decided to check it out. I'm usually not a fan of wax museums as I find the figures rarely look like the...More
Very cool place. The museum is filled with sculptures of horror movie monsters, each with great history and context. They are now located in the old bank building, and as a result have the vault at their disposal - it is being used for film...More