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Salem's ONLY Monster Museum This museum is a tribute to Horror, Sci Fi and Fantasy Films. Actors, Directors and Special Effects artists are all honored here!Arrange to visit Count Orlok's Nightmare Gallery and other attractions in Salem using our Salem trip planning tool.
Count Orlok's Nightmare Gallery reviews
Trip Advisor says it’s closed but we went. It doesn’t take long and it’s a little pricy for what it is but we enjoyed it. We weren’t allowed to take any pics which kind of sucks too.
Trip Advisor says it’s closed but we went. It doesn’t take long and it’s a little pricy for what it is but we enjoyed it. We weren’t allowed to take any pics which kind of sucks too. more »
Such an amazing thing to add to your list when visiting Salem! Loved seeing all the different characters.
Such an amazing thing to add to your list when visiting Salem! Loved seeing all the different characters. more »
YES❣️ Stop here, James is great, the place is Wonderful. Magnificent works and histories behind. No pictures of the inside outta respect for the mystery but yes in the gift shop. Make this your stop and see the treats.
I enjoy history and I like good horror and sci-fi movies. If you enjoy both, you have to check this museum out! "Chi chi chi, ha ha ha!" Ummm, who said that! You have to purchase your tickets 🎟️ online to enter. It was easy to do. You are told the rules before entering, no touching or photos, except for the gift shop. Mannequins are the central exhibits with information posted right next to them. The 👀 eyes were so lifelike on a few of them that I began to wonder if it would move. "We all float down here!" Huh, what?! You will see if you collectibles and molds of faces that were taken of actual actors. The museum is dimly lit and there are strobe lights. In one room a movie was playing, "The Bride of Frankenstein", not -steen! The only spoiler I will give is, nope, no Godzilla. "More brains!" Woah! Who said that?! Only issue was the wall with actual autographed photos of actors/actresses who appeared in movies. The wall was dimly lit, understandable, but it made it difficult to read. I recommend a visit if you enjoy the horror genre. I'm hoping one day that they will add mannequins of the actual actors who played the characters on display. Seeing Vincent Price would be interesting. The closer you get to Halloween the busier this museum is. There can be a line outside the door.
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