Peabody Essex Museum
161 Essex Street, Salem, MA 01970
Journey through New England’s grand and storied past at the stunning Peabody Essex Museum in historic Salem, MA, just 16 miles north of Boston. Explore the region’s connections to the art and culture of China, Japan, India and beyond, view original Witch Trial artifacts, and don’t miss Yin Yu Tang, a 200 year-old Chinese house. Admission: $20 Adults; Seniors (65 and over) $18; Students (with ID) $12; Youth (16 and under) and Salem residents FREE (does not apply to student tour groups).
What better way to enjoy Peabody Essex Museum than with a group of friends or family? The museum welcomes groups of all ages at reduced rates for a minimum of 10 people. Guided and self-guided tours of the museum galleries are available. Visit PEM.org for full details.
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1 free adult for each 10 students in school groups. Driver & group escort complimentary with adult groups.
The beautiful Peabody Essex Museum, in Salem, Massachusetts, is one of the region's most exquisite settings for your special events. Whether you are planning a corporate banquet or a gathering for close friends and family, the museum offers a variety of spaces that are perfectly suited for creating memorable occasions. Cocktail receptions, wedding ceremonies, formal parties and celebrations are expertly planned and executed with the help of our experienced staff. We look forward to showing you our galleries in person. Together we can plan an event that is truly special.
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