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“Salem's only still-standing building with ties to the infamous Witch Trials”
The Jonathan Corwin House—known as the Witch House—was the home of Judge Jonathan Corwin (1640–1718) and is the only structure still standing in Salem with direct ties to the Salem Witch Trials of 1692. Corwin bought the house in 1675 when he was 35, and he lived there for more than 40 years. It is located at 310 Essex Street, at the intersection of North Street and Summer Street in the McIntire Historic District.
Save your money and go to a different museum. The Witch House tour is self guided, and the items that are inside on display don't look genuine. They look like replicas. Also, the amount of people... Read more
Well, if you're here in Salem you kind of have no choice but to visit the Witch House. It wasn't crazy busy when I was here but the house was still quite full of tourists. This was the home of... Read more
Our visit to the Witch House was awesome! We went during the busiest time of year, and thankfully the timed tickets helped to cut down on the crowding. If you plan to visit, make sure to go on... Read more
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