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My Peabody Essex Museum Visit

For the first time in many years, the Peabody Essex Museum has its collection of artifacts, from the Salem Witch Trials, on display in an exhibition titled: The Salem Witch Trials 1692.

The collection is on display through April 4, 2021. Admission to the museum is $20, with no additional cost for the exhibit, but you must book a time slot for admission.

If you are in the area, I recommend taking advantage of the beautiful spring weather by planning a trip to the museum and following it up with a pleasant stroll through Salem for some shopping and food (many restaurants have outdoor dining available during COVID.)

Below are some photos I took from The Salem Witch Trials 1692, Salem Speaks, and Japanomania! Japanese Art Goes Global. There are many more exhibits the museum has to offer, link to the website below.


The Salem Witch Trials 1692


Salem Speaks


Japanomania! Japanese Art Goes Global


For more information or to plan your visit:

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