The Little Massachusetts Museum Where Your Nightmares Come To Life

If scary movies and things that go bump in the night make you shiver, you might not want to visit this creepy little Massachusetts museum alone. Here’s how you can enter a world of monsters and ghouls that are straight out of your worst fears.

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Young children might get a little spooked, so be sure everyone in your party is brave enough to face the gallery before buying tickets. Admission for “adult creatures” is $9, while “child creatures” can get in for $5. Photography is strictly forbidden inside.

You can find Count Orlok’s Nightmare Gallery at 217 Essex St., Salem, Mass. Click here to check out their website for current opening hours and more information. If you love a good fright, take a look at some of the most terrifying places in Massachusetts.