288 Derby Street
Salem, MA , 01970
The Salem Wax Museum of Witches and Seafarers gives a face to the Salem Witch Trials, with London-made wax figures that capture the history of the time. This museum also features wax recreations that showcase maritime life in the 1700s and early 1800s. Children love the interactive exhibits, including learning how to tie a nautical knot. Visitors are also welcome to see the Old Burial Point behind the museum, which is one of the oldest cemeteries in the city.
Both 4 design machines are located in the front of the gift shop, to the right of the door, nearby the register, and in the back of the gift shop, near the stairs which serve as the exit from the wax museum.
1) Sailing Ship
2) Witch flying in front of moon on broom
4) Cat wearing a hat
4) Teddy Bear sitting wearing a Pilgrim hat
2) Pirate Teddy Bear sitting in front of Skull and Bones flag
3) Standing Pirate next to Skull and Bones flag
4) Witch on broom in front of moon inside double circle Logo
Retired 1: 1) (V) Skeleton torso medicine man, "Salem Wax Museum", 2) (V) Massachusetts outline, "Souvenir of The Bay State", 3) (V) Pirate ship, "Salem Wax Museum", 4) (H) Witch on broom with full moon, flying left "Salem Wax Museum"
Retired 2: Designs all say "Salem Wax Museum, Salem MA" 1) (V) Cat outline, 2) (V) Ghost and jack-o-lantern, 3) (V) Pirate, flag, treasure chest, 4) (H) Witch on broom in front of full moon, flying right
2/24/18 - Both machines are still working fine