• Location: Boston, Massachusetts
  • Duration: Flexible
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See the best of Salem with this combo tour that includes guided tours of the Salem Witch Village and the Salem Wax Museum. Come face-to-face with spooky replicas of the city’s most famous historical figures such as Nathaniel Hawthorne. You’ll also make a stop at Old Burying Point—the second oldest burial ground in the country—and see the iconic Witch Trials Memorial built to honor the victims of the 1962 Witchcraft Hysteria. Whether you're a first-time visitors or returning to Salem for another adventure, this popular tour combines two of the city's top attractions and is a guaranteed way to not miss out on any of the attractions. 


  • Salem Combo: Wax Museum and Witch Village
  • Come face-to-face with famed and notorious Salem figures at the Salem Wax Museum
  • Learn about the Salem Witch Trials as you tour the Salem Witch Village
  • Hear stories about witchcraft from your guide, a real practicing witch!
  • Visit the second-oldest burial ground in the US

What You Can Expect

Salem Combo: Wax Museum and Witch Village

Witch Village

Find your way to the Salem Wax Museum and Witch Village in Salem, Massachusetts. This combo tour allows you to visit both sites, and you are free to choose the order and spend as much time as you like at each attraction. 

At the Salem Witch Village, embark on a 15-minute guided tour of the attraction. Follow your guide, a practicing witch, through an indoor maze containing scenes important to witchcraft history. Learn about the Salem Witch Trials, the Burning Times of Europe and the origin of stereotypes such as flying broomsticks and black cats. You'll also learn about what it means to be a witch in modern times. Visit the Old Burying Point, known as the second-oldest burial ground in the United States, and the Witch Trials Memorial, which stands in memory of the victims of the Witch Hysteria of 1692.

Cross the street to visit the Salem Wax Museum, which contains eerily lifelike figures of author Nathaniel Hawthorne, witch trials judge Colonel John Hawthorne and Tituba, the accused witch who fueled the hysteria in 1692. After perusing the gallery, check out the interactive area to be locked in a recreated witch hysteria-era jail cell, learn nautical knot-tying or do a stone grave rubbing.

Customer Reviews

Rebecca C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2018

This was a lot of fun, both the was museum and the witch village. The lady tour guide on the witch village was fun and made the tour more interesting. If visiting the Salem, MA area, something not to miss.

John G United Kingdom

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

Highly recommended

Natasha V

4 star rating: Recommended September 2017

Very cool! The tour at the witch village was a lot of fun!


4 star rating: Recommended June 2016

Short but nice. Guide in Witch Village was very informative.


4 star rating: Recommended May 2014

It is short but a lot of interesting facts. Everything of interest is within a few blocks of here. Definitely worth the price and the gift shops are amazing. Love this town.

Jennifer S

4 star rating: Recommended October 2013

I was the only one on the tour that day which made for an awesome experiwnce. My guide answered my questions. When I was intetested in a topic he expanded on it. Was a genuinely interesting look at the history of witches without the over comercialised angle seen all over the town during October. :-)

Todd W

3 star rating: Worth doing April 2017

I expected more. I and #39;m glad I did them so I didn and #39;t leave thinking I missed something. But I don and #39;t feel like I missed anything.

Stacey G

3 star rating: Worth doing May 2014

The tour guide was great. The exhibits not so much. Still interesting though

cindy w

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better October 2017

I expected more displays in the Wax Museum to talk about educate on the Salem Witch Trials but found that there were actually very few displays in the museum and there were more displays surrounding fallen ships...actually pretty disappointing.

If you have asthma or allergies...or any other breathing issues...this is NOT the place for you...WAY TOO MANY INCENSES BURNING EVERYWHERE!!
And even though they tell you that everyone takes credit cards, even the street vendors they actually don't. All food street vendors are cash only.
I was also surprised to see that the area really wasn't really very well decorated for Halloween.

Stephanie F

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better October 2016

I don't do Haunted houses but my family does. They felt rushed threw the houses and the wax museum needs to be updated very badly.

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