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Peabody Essex Museum


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East India Square, 161 Essex St.
Salem , MA 01970
United States

(??.? miles from you)

Visit Web Site ebuzz@pem.org

Call: 866-745-1876


Peabody Essex Museum

Peabody Essex Museum
Peabody Essex Museum
Peabody Essex Museum
Peabody Essex Museum
Peabody Essex Museum
Peabody Essex Museum

(??.? miles from you)

East India Square, 161 Essex St.
Salem , MA 01970
United States

http://www.pem.org ebuzz@pem.org

Call: 866-745-1876


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Why You Should Go...

Journey through New England's grand and storied past at the stunning Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) in historic Salem, MA, just 16 miles north of Boston. 

Founded in 1799 and located in the heart of downt

The museum contains authentic artifacts and documents from the Salem witch trials, world-renowned collections of art and architecture, immersive experiences, and a 200-year-old house from China. 

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Why You Should Go...

Journey through New England's grand and storied past at the stunning Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) in historic Salem, MA, just 16 miles north of Boston. 

Founded in 1799 and located in the heart of downtown Salem, PEM is the country’s oldest continuously operating museum.

The museum contains authentic artifacts and documents from the Salem witch trials, world-renowned collections of art and architecture, immersive experiences, and a 200-year-old house from China. 

What You Should Know...

Open: Closed on: Tuesday, Wednesday

Hours: Closed Today. Opens Thu

10:00am - 05:00pm

10:00am - 5:00pm

Closed

Closed

10:00am - 05:00pm

10:00am - 7:00pm

10:00am - 05:00pm

Discounts: Children, Seniors, Students

Parking: Street

Available: Café, Gift Shop

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Why You Should Go...

Journey through New England's grand and storied past at the stunning Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) in historic Salem, MA, just 16 miles north of Boston. 

Founded in 1799 and located in the heart of downtown Salem, PEM is the country’s oldest continuously operating museum.

The museum contains authentic artifacts and documents from the Salem witch trials, world-renowned collections of art and architecture, immersive experiences, and a 200-year-old house from China. 

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What You Should Know...

Open: Closed on: Tuesday, Wednesday

Hours: Closed Today. Opens Thu 10:00am - 05:00pm
10:00am - 5:00pm
Closed
Closed
10:00am - 05:00pm
10:00am - 7:00pm
10:00am - 05:00pm

Discounts: Children, Seniors, Students

Parking: Street

Available: Café, Gift Shop

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  • Konstantin Dimopoulos: The Blue Trees

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    Konstantin Dimopoulos: The Blue Trees

    Peabody Essex Museum

    Konstantin Dimopoulos: The Blue Trees
    Konstantin Dimopoulos’ The Blue Trees installation is an environmental call to action. Using a biologically-safe watercolor and a team of community volunteers, the artist temporarily transforms a selection of trees on PEM's campus to focus our attention on the growing issue of deforestation and other threats to trees around the globe. The harmless blue colorant will wash away over time, and the trees will gradually return to their natural state.

  • Power and Perspective: Early Photography in China

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    Peabody Essex Museum

    Power and Perspective: Early Photography in China

    Peabody Essex Museum

    Power and Perspective: Early Photography in China
    Power and Perspective: Early Photography in China explores how the camera transformed the way we imagine China. Photography’s development as a new form of art and technology in the 19th century coincided with profound changes in the way China engaged with the world. The medium evolved in response to war, trade, travel, and a desire for knowledge about an unfamiliar place.

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