There are 14 off the beaten path places tagged witchcraft:
Want to make a pair of Necropants for yourself to attract luck and money? The Museum of Icelandic Sorcery & Witchcraft in Holmavik has a DIY guide on how to make your own pair.
Harz mountains were considered to be a dwelling of the unicorns since the olden days. Even now, people go to the Unicorn cave on Christmas in hopes to see one.
Zugarramurdi Witch Museum is the place to learn about witchcraft, sorcery and black magic in Spain - you can learn to perform magic rituals and make potions as well.
If you are not squeamish and into folklore/shamans/black or white magic, the Mercado de Brujas in Lima is the place to go. You can see a variety of potions and really strange ingredients for sale.
Raganu Kalnas, or the Hill of Witches used to be a place of ancient pagan worship and witches' Sabbaths back in the day. Now it is decorated with wooden sculptures in memory of the past.