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A Night at the Witches Cottage

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Per Person All Ages

Come and gather with witches…

Back by popular demand! Our 2021 and 2022 shows are sold out, so be sure to book early!

Imagine yourself in an enchanted and rustic witch’s Cottage. Step into twisted shadows of tree branches and tall grasses and discover the true, historic, and sometimes grim – stories of New England “witches” outside of Salem, Massachusetts. With a twirl of a black cape, your mystery maven and storyteller, Roxie Zwicker brings these lesser-known witchcraft stories and legends to life in time-traveling vignettes. Colonial superstition and a curious past blend for a spellbinding experience.

Dried herbs will be bundled at your feet, antique artifacts have been pulled out of dusty New England attics, and ominous music plays in the background as the lights go dim and candles flicker during these ghostly tales. During your visit, you will be warmed with complimentary herbal teas and candy treats. Each guest will receive a small bag of strange curiosities to weave their own witchy tale during the performance – dare you take this mysterious creation home?

The atmosphere is moody in this historic (and reportedly haunted) building, that has served many curious travelers over the past 100 years. Custom built-in 1920 for former New Hampshire Governor Huntley Spaulding, the Inn was designed as a Georgian Colonial with many lavish appointments. The ballroom has been transformed into a comfortable – and most strange witches lair. Don’t miss this rare opportunity for an October evening you won’t soon forget. Decide for yourself if the people in these stories were really witches or if was there something more sinister going on behind the scenes – and are these locations still haunted today?

Explore the witch’s wares pop-up stand before and after the show for a spooky souvenir to hang by your hearth.

Plus don’t forget to take a photo in our wicked magic photo scene.

Come in costume if you dare and perhaps take home a spooktacular prize for the best dressed.