Discounted admission ticket to Haunted Speakeasy in Salem, MA

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With its history of witches and paranormal activity, Salem, Massachusetts, is scary all year round. But it’s especially frightening in the spooky season leading up to Halloween.

Join the ghosts of Salem’s past at the Haunted Speakeasy. Hark back to the Roaring 20s when alcohol was drunk in secret and pretty flappers danced the Charleston. Enjoy the ghostliness at an over the top haunted party!

Have some spooky fun at a 1920s themed haunted party. Dancing lessons will be given so you can dance the Lindy Hop or the Foxtrot. A theatre immersion experience by History Alive will have you drinking with the ghosts of Salem.

Will you see the ghosts of Cotton Mather, Tituba and Bridget Bishop? Would you recognize them if you did?

This paranormal party is happening at the 200 year old haunted Old Town Hall in Salem. If you think you’ve seen it before, you’re probably right. The cult classic movie “Hocus Pocus” filmed their Halloween party in this town hall.

There will be a cash bar and you can enjoy cocktails and spirits from the Prohibition era. Share delicious appetizers and small bites.

Enjoy thrilling 1920s themed Burlesque performances. You’ll double over with laughter at the uproarious drag performances.

You can tour Miss Havisham’s Parlour on the main floor of the town hall. This is an immersive experience based on the novel, “Great Expectations,” by Charles Dickens.

The Speakeasy has a Photo Booth with complimentary photo keepsake by Captured Exposure.

So don your costume, grab your friends and head over to the Haunted Speakeasy in the spookiest city in America.

The Haunted Speakeasy is happening on October 16, 23, 29 and 31, 2021, beginning at 7 pm.


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