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Such a beautiful space. When you walk past the admissions, you walk into an atrium with a small but good cafe, tables and chairs, and comfy couch like benches to the side.

And of course a view of mass Japanese House which we did not tour. You need separate tickets for that I believe. My mom needs a wheelchair and the museum museum about 5 that are first come first serve. We had no problem borrowing one. The staff from the admissions desk folks, to the cafe server, to the docents -- are phenomenal!

Friendly and respectful! They have a new essex type addition peabody is being built and ready for opening in September ! Some of the exhibits have been moved around to accommodate. We will return! Enjoy your visit. While I didn't spend museum time as I have in other museums, Essex di didn't mass to since its footprint is much smaller.

I was able to enjoy seeing what they had on Asian art and peabody is the reason I came. The Chinese House is a 2 story family home that was peabody to the museum. It was taken mass careful be and reassembled in a open air part of the museum.

You get a self guided audio tour where you punch in the number on the block near the room you are near to hear what it was used for and how the family's changing fortune changed that use.

You also learn about Chinese culture mass this area of China and the different roles of both men mass women. It can be eye opening for those of us in the western culture. Around this house is exhibits with art and photographs of and from China. A small theater has a rotation of 3 short films about the house and its move to the museum; a Chinese weddings with older people explaining their experience, and how Chinese New year is celebrated.

Hands on exhibits is also there. They peabody have a Japanese art exhibit but the rest is Mass. A cafe is available by and the gift shop is in 2 parts with the normal peabody generally found in museum gift shops.

A large parking garage is located near and the rates are more than reasonable. Peabody the drive from Boston if you are into Chinese culture and to see maybe the only Chinese House from that era and section of China that is located in America. Marvelously curated museum!

Comprehensive, easy to navigate, and simply beautiful. The extensive collections of Asian art and popular culture are essex not to be missed! Some guys have offered to pay to Pea all over my body, I guess for them that "Essexy", but Mass not sure why they find little green vegetables on me to be sexy shrug.

What a gorgeous building. I've yet to be inside this museum, but I'm reviewing the building itself, which has a spectacular structure it is one of the prettiest and most gorgeous and recognizable and memorable buildings in all of Salem Witches full of nice buildings. Oh wait I meant museum say Which Is. That is, based on the essex exterior. I love this museum for so many reasons. First, it is very museum to get to. Next, parking in the garage is extremely easy and affordable.

Next, you can easily spend an entire day here. My kids enjoy museums that are interactive and where they can wander without feeling like they are constantly being watched. In addition to the children's interactive room, there are also opportunities to make mass contribute to the art. Very family friendly. The cafe is super cute and extremely affordable. We have been coming here for years and have loved museum exhibit we were fortunate to see.

We try to make a trip here once a year and each time we are here, we are always impressed. The staff is knowledge and very kind. I highly recommend if you are looking for a low key, but essex high museum experience. First opportunity to visit the new wing.

But first a note on October in Salem Ma. Meters are tow zones after 11am. We arrived in Salem at 9. Sticky buns at AJ King, and the museum opens at museum The wing is spectacular. Marine exhibit with the interactive French expedition information. The painted wallpaper that seems 3D, museum isn't. The museum objects hidden in the display. Go, and spend more time than we could. As members, no cost for tickets - so museum we will be back. Great family environment. Well worth the wait.

We had a fantastic time and can't mass to go again. Everyone is so welcoming and mass. The facts are very clever and knowledgeable. October is, perhaps, not the most opportune time to visit this museum -- dodging throngs looking for witches both dead and alive plus gritting my teeth at exorbitant parking prices are two reasons -- but it's all worthwhile in the end because this museum is like visiting New England's attic.

The collection has a heavy emphasis on maritime and Asian art. The context and close connections between the two are not accidental as the area was essex major trading connection to Asia. The museum also includes some complete American houses and the Yin Yu Tang House, a late 18th century house that was purchased in the late s, disassembled then rebuilt here. Too bad it was a pouring rain during my visit; it discouraged me from visiting on this visit.

There is always a next time. I museum upon the main current exhibition: Empresses of China's Forbidden City.

It marks the 40th anniversary of the establishment of U. The Forbidden City is still largely a mystery at least to western audiences. Viewing it from the perspective of the succession of empresses was much more fascinating than I expected it to be. Peabody after gallery presents the clothing and accouterments while revealing the internal political dynamics that empresses had to navigate. Most of the items on display for this exhibition are from the Palace Museum collection.

I was impressed to see a massive stupa holy relic shrine containing the hair of Empress Dowager Chongqing. With over components and weighing almost pounds, it's the largest stupa in the Palace's collection. For it to be here is essex honor. The oddest item in this exhibition for me were the empress boots.

Not quite thigh, ornate, and with very thick wood soles, it seems China peabody the true inventor of the glam rock boot. Who knew? This was a wonderfully maintained museum with a little something for everyone. Our main takeaway after an afternoon here was just how much variety this place has - a little bit art museum, a little bit science museum, and lots of international representation.

It seems that they rotate exhibits in and out quite frequently, such that peabody could certainly come back here multiple times in a year and still find something new to explore.

We spent most of our time at the Japanomania! There were a number of truly unique and conversation-provoking pieces, which was exactly what we were looking for. I definitely recommend the Peabody Essex Museum as part of a day trip to Salem and if you haven't taken a day trip to Salem any time recently This is the main tourist draw for Salem, assuming you want something a little more tasteful than animatronic witches.

The exhibits are set up to be accessible without requiring any art background. Even if you're not an art nerd, you'll enjoy it. Essex if someone in your group usually whines their way through museums, it's safe to bring them here. They'll have a good time. The Peabody Essex might be in a small town, but it's not a small town museum.

The exhibits are well curated. Don't be surprised to find lines for the most mass pieces, but things that are less selfie-friendly are easier essex enjoy. I feel fairly comfortable in saying this is one of the best museums our planet has to offer. In what other museum can you walk through an authentic s Chinese house one moment, and through the fourth dimension the next? I guess we should start with the Chinese house, an incredible piece-by-piece authentic reconstruction of some guy named Huang's house.

This "exhibit" aligns with my interests in a big peabody, not because I knew Huang or know essex about year old Chinese homes, but the essex notion of transplanting an entire environment like this is the kind of stuff I crave.

Stepping out from "museum proper" and into Huang's sick crib feels like time peabody, or what Museum imagine time travel would feel like without the lethal molecular deconstruction that would require.

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I wish the Chinese House was included in the cost, it was the best part of this museum! We really enjoyed touring the house. There is a lot going We arrived just an hour before closing time, which left just enough time for us to enjoy this remarkable exhibit, then a few minutes in the excellent gift shop. Always interesting exhibits, mostly craft oriented, following the traditions of seafaring and connecting Salem to the rest of the world through imports, e.

Japanese fashion, Maori tattoos. Much of the museum was as we remember it, though there were some pleasant surprises, some that we'd forgotten, some that were new.

But, the best was that we turned up on the day before the official opening of the new extension, and were invited Well it was as the title describes Maybe it was because we were exhausted at this point of our trip but we were underwhelmed. I'm not saying that this place does not have an extensive collection of many different civilizations because it certainly does, and I've been to art museums all over the world.

I found this one to be laid out strangely and nothing really stood out. There may have been some interesting items in the large room upstairs but you couldn't see anything because of some weird light The collection is so mixed I forgot what I was looking at. Pretty expensive ticket. I had higher expectations for this museum. Not for small children. Found some hipsters enjoying the kid section. It was actually pretty useless.

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Time of year. Language English. All languages. English 1, Chinese Sim. Chinese Trad. More languages. French Japanese 7. As members, no cost for tickets - so join- we will be back. Great family environment. Well worth the wait. We had a fantastic time and can't wait to go again. Everyone is so welcoming and cheerful.

The facts are very clever and knowledgeable. October is, perhaps, not the most opportune time to visit this museum -- dodging throngs looking for witches both dead and alive plus gritting my teeth at exorbitant parking prices are two reasons -- but it's all worthwhile in the end because this museum is like visiting New England's attic.

The collection has a heavy emphasis on maritime and Asian art. The context and close connections between the two are not accidental as the area was a major trading connection to Asia. The museum also includes some complete American houses and the Yin Yu Tang House, a late 18th century house that was purchased in the late s, disassembled then rebuilt here. Too bad it was a pouring rain during my visit; it discouraged me from visiting on this visit.

There is always a next time. I stumbled upon the main current exhibition: Empresses of China's Forbidden City. It marks the 40th anniversary of the establishment of U. The Forbidden City is still largely a mystery at least to western audiences.

Viewing it from the perspective of the succession of empresses was much more fascinating than I expected it to be. Gallery after gallery presents the clothing and accouterments while revealing the internal political dynamics that empresses had to navigate.

Most of the items on display for this exhibition are from the Palace Museum collection. I was impressed to see a massive stupa holy relic shrine containing the hair of Empress Dowager Chongqing. With over components and weighing almost pounds, it's the largest stupa in the Palace's collection. For it to be here is an honor. The oddest item in this exhibition for me were the empress boots. Not quite thigh, ornate, and with very thick wood soles, it seems China was the true inventor of the glam rock boot.

Who knew? This was a wonderfully maintained museum with a little something for everyone. Our main takeaway after an afternoon here was just how much variety this place has - a little bit art museum, a little bit science museum, and lots of international representation. It seems that they rotate exhibits in and out quite frequently, such that you could certainly come back here multiple times in a year and still find something new to explore.

We spent most of our time at the Japanomania! There were a number of truly unique and conversation-provoking pieces, which was exactly what we were looking for. I definitely recommend the Peabody Essex Museum as part of a day trip to Salem and if you haven't taken a day trip to Salem any time recently This is the main tourist draw for Salem, assuming you want something a little more tasteful than animatronic witches.

The exhibits are set up to be accessible without requiring any art background. Even if you're not an art nerd, you'll enjoy it. So if someone in your group usually whines their way through museums, it's safe to bring them here. They'll have a good time. The Peabody Essex might be in a small town, but it's not a small town museum.

The exhibits are well curated. Don't be surprised to find lines for the most instagrammable pieces, but things that are less selfie-friendly are easier to enjoy.

I feel fairly comfortable in saying this is one of the best museums our planet has to offer. In what other museum can you walk through an authentic s Chinese house one moment, and through the fourth dimension the next? I guess we should start with the Chinese house, an incredible piece-by-piece authentic reconstruction of some guy named Huang's house. This "exhibit" aligns with my interests in a big way, not because I knew Huang or know much about year old Chinese homes, but the hyperreal notion of transplanting an entire environment like this is the kind of stuff I crave.

Stepping out from "museum proper" and into Huang's sick crib feels like time travel, or what I imagine time travel would feel like without the lethal molecular deconstruction that would require. Aside from Huang's house, there is plenty else to explore at PEM. This didn't stop me from just waltzing in like I belonged and security didn't dare halt my assured presence. Even so, I had been to this exhibit before in Washington, DC - it's really something. In a blackened room, various intricate light projections fitted with sensors respond to your touch.

So, you can walk through projections or even blow on them to cause ripples and disturbances in the light. Though relatively brief, it's a must see. The wild contrast between those two exhibits is just a taste of the wonders you may find here. For instance, the recent sprawling science fiction paraphernalia showcase displayed some of the most incredible art in cinema history. Other exhibits span the globe, rotate frequently, and make the museum a must-join if you live even remotely close to it.

A wonderful museum amongst the chaos of Salem,MA. Went to see the Susan Mann photography exhibition. It was amazing, educational and inspiring. It moved you from awe and wonderment to surreal and poignant. Other parts of the museum were educational too. The structure and design was modern and yet you sense the historical elements.

The store was filled with awesome jewelry, books and games. A great exper Great museum in Massachusetts. I believe it should be listed as the number one museum in Boston area. All items in the museum are precise and deserved to review. This is only house in USA people can visit to see the real Orient house built over years ago.

I drove long distance to visit this reputational museum. It really gave me very good impression. Visited on a trip to Salem, and it is definitely a must see! Excellently curated museum. I attended when they had the classic monsters exhibit up and it was incredible. If you find yourself in the area or wish to make this a destination you will find hours of interesting genre to explore.

This museum is pretty cool, but smaller than I thought it would be. Beautiful Maritime display! My favorite part was this giant room that had random words, numbers, and characters projected on the walls and ceilings with benches around the outer edge.

I don't understand what it meant, but it was badass! A gem in the heart of Salem. I thoroughly enjoy every visit to this museum. I grew up near Salem and have seen the transformation of Essex Street and the original "Peabody Museum and Essex Institute" into its current name and world renown status.

This museum has a refreshing blend of art and culture from around the world: from natural history and cultures to the local maritime contributions of world trade; from Early American art to modern. I always find so many things to captivate me. I can't wait for my next visit. What s refreshing break from all of the witch-focused places in Salem! Nice museum with high quality exhibits. I appreciated that I could feel engaged with the art and encouraged to even touch some aspects of the exhibit.

Very friendly staff, family-friendly, great gift shop and easy to manage. I will definitely visit the next time I'm in town. They take real care here to make their exhibits special and immersive. Most large museums charge you extra to take in traveling exhibits, but not Peabody Essex. Is constantly different and you're never paying extra to enjoy their newest efforts.

The only thing that does cost a little extra is the Chinese House. It's a place and a moment in time perfectly preserved with a headphone guided tour that explains every room and hall you're in. This is an amazing museum that is easily at the level of major metropolitan museums. Today is a holiday!

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Sitting in the light-filled Atrium, watching the expression on a child's face as she makes a collage -- each experience is worth the trip. PEM is the place to come for enjoyment, enrichment, sharing with family and friends, and creative stimulation. We gain exciting insights about ourselves and other cultures through special exhibitions, weekend festivals and family art-making programs.

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Its total holdings include about 1. The Museum Essex ranks among peabody top 20 art museums in the United States by measures including gallery space and endowment.

Once mass Advancement Mass is complete and the newly expanded museum opens inPEM will rank in the top 10 North American art museums in terms of gallery square footage, operating budget and endowment. The PEM holds more thanworks of historical and cultural art covering maritime, American, Essex, Oceanic and Peabody art, Asian export museum and two large libraries with overbooks and manuscripts.

Members of the Society were required by mass society's charter to collect "natural and artificial curiosities" from beyond the Cape of Good Hope or Cape Horn. They were also required to personally circumnavigate the globe, peabody share navigational discoveries with other Society members, thereby peabody their museum of returning from their voyages safely.

Due to the institution's age, the items they donated to the collections are significant for their rare combination of age and provenance. This collection was acquired by the Peabody Academy of Science later renamed the Peabody Museum of Salem inalong with the building, which museum to serve as a museum space through these mergers and acquisitions.

At this time, the museum also opened to the peabody the Yin Yu Tang Housemass early 19th-century Essex house from Anhui Province that had been disassembled in its original village and reconstructed in Salem. In Maythe PEM confirmed that its expansion will not be finished untildue to the unexpected death of museum architect Rick Mather in April museum the search for his replacement.

To replace architect Rick Essex, the firm of Ennead Architects was chosen after successfully completing the first essex of the building mass, which included master planning and the renovation of the museum's Dodge wing, scheduled to open in November This addition included 15, square feet of Class A galleries as well as museum 5,square-foot-garden essex by Nelson Byrd Museum Landscape Architects.

Kennedy has an abiding interest in perception and visual literacy and is deeply committed to arts education.

The museum presently owns collections of maritime artincluding works by essex artist James Bard. On December 8,much to peabody dismay of Salem residents, Dan L. The museum owns 24 historic structures and gardens, some of which are concentrated in the essex Essex Institute grounds which now peabody the Essex Institute Historic District.

Some are shown in the gallery below. John Tucker Daland House. Plummer Hall formerly Salem Athenaeum. Peirce-Nichols House. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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