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This is the oldest and authentic house in all of the town. Judge Corwin's family owned home and filled with made reproductions/ antiques from the 1692 time period. Reasonably priced self guided tour that takes you through the dining room, kitchen, 2 bedrooms, and 2...More
If you only pay to enter one house/attraction in Salem, this is the one. It's the only structure still standing with direct ties to the Witch Trials, and much of the original floors, beams and furniture are original unlike some other places in Salem. The...More
I love history, so I still enjoyed this, but honestly it I’d barely worth the trip. It was a total of 4 rooms. Nothing inside is original to the home, but is authentic to the time period. Ok if you are in the area but...More
Walking from Salem train station to visit the First Church in Salem that was established in 1629, we passed by the Jonathan Corwin House or (misnamed) Witch house, which is an excellent example of 17th-century New England architecture. Judge Jonathan Corwin lived here for more...More
Visited Salem during the few days over Halloween and felt this was a must see while there.
The ladies inside were so full of Information and really added to the experience.
Although not a huge museum it is definitely a must for those wanting the...More
I’ve always wanted to see the Witch House and was glad I made time to do so today. We didn’t have time to tour the house unfortunately, but will be sure to do it next time we’re in town. Make sure you stop by, just...More
This is the only remaining house from the time of the witch trials in Salem 1692. The house is painted black not for theatrics, but as was the custom back in the day to keep the heat in. We took a formal walking tour of...More
I truly enjoyed visiting the Witch House and seeing all the pieces of history that they have collected and displayed for the public. The books. The beds. The witch bottles. The confessions. And much more. I think I saw a few witches in the house....More