Come to Peabody Essex Museum for PEM Family Movie screening of . Dracula opens a remote five-star hotel for monsters and their families to escape the human world. Find out what happens when a human finds his way to the hotel and isn't scared off by the regular guests. Rated PG. For families with children ages 5 and up
Come to Peabody Essex Museum and swing by In Conversation: Modern African American Art to meet a museum educator and look more closely at the painting Our City by Herbert Gentry. Gentry uses layers of colored lines and symbols that flow together into a narrative. Learn more about the painting and try some engaging and educational activities.
The Peabody Essex Museum is proud to participate in the fifth annual Free Fun Fridays program sponsored by the Highland Street Foundation. On Friday, July 5, 2013, PEM will open its doors with free general admission to visitors all day long. Please note that the special exhibition Fabergé Revealed and tickets to Yin Yu Tang: A Chinese House are not included.
Don't miss the New England Pirate Faire, the most popular event in the historical attraction’s 83-year history.
Families travel from across New England to attend the Pirate Faire, a swashbuckling adventure that takes place within the charming recreation of a 17th Century Salem settlement.
Mud Puddle Toys hosts a game night at their Salem location for the Salem Chamber's First Fridays! Unplug from the screens and come enjoy the interaction that you can only get through playing board games and other hands-on games with friends and family! Snacks will be provided and they'll take 15% any one game purchased during Game Night. Game tables will be set up, but you are free to bring your favorite.
Looking for stuff to do during April Vacation on the North Shore? Peabody Essex Museum has a fabulous line-up of fun activities, performances and tours for kids and families. Explore movement and sound through the Nick Cave exhibit, art and textile activities, story times, gallery tours and live performances! Come to PEM to create memorable family experiences that will keep minds engaged and hands busy during school break!
Come to Peabody Essex Museum and stop by for an interactive reading of , followed by a showing of a short animated film based on the story. Afterwards, kids will learn how to create an animated flip book by making their own to take home!
Salem Film Fest kicks off with 5-Minute High School Documentary Contest awards presentation on Thursday, March 7, 7:00 PM at Cinema Salem. Entering its fifth year, the high school competition is a fun way to celebrate the innovation and skill of aspiring filmmakers currently enrolled in 9th—12th grade at a Massachusetts high school.
Stitch your own winter wonderland at the Art Materials and Creative Experience drop-in art activity this weekend at PEM.