© The Peabody Essex Museum
Located in Salem, Massachusetts, the museum offers patrons a chance to experience the finest works of numerous civilizations at just $20 a ticket for adults, with discounts for students and young visitors. However, for people living in the town, entrance is entirely free as a token of gratitude to the society around which the museum was built. The museum conducts regular tours and programs for people who want a guided tour, while for people who simply want to get lost in the world of art, the museum offers the freedom to roam around and take in the exhilarating beauty of the exhibits.
The museum conducts guided tours only on a reservation basis. To partake in a PEM tour, you must first register on their website at least a week before the scheduled visit. However, please note that the museum is closed on Mondays and all public holidays.
People visiting the museum are allowed to look at and visit all the rooms within the museum except the Phillips Library, which serves as an important resource for people researching ancient civilizations and communities. Only approved individuals who have submitted an application are allowed to enter the library.
161 Essex St, Salem, MA 01970, Phone: 978-745-9500
Tuesday to Sunday 10:00am to 9:00pm
Closed Monday, except holidays
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