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Museum of the Weird, Austin

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  • While it was small, and the tour was unexpectedly short - it was a neat place to look around and the guy for the tour was lovely. I'd think of it more as a Little House of the Weird, rather than Museu...  more »
  • What a great surprise. So many little surprises in this tour. You must go see. Great for teenagers. Wax figures of old monster movies and creatures and a guy who does a performance.  more »
  • I would've been happy enough with this place if it were say, $5 entry - but for $12 there's not a lot to see ... and I'm really not sure how genuine anything in there is. Shame, as I feel like the ide...  more »
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  • What a great place to stop in when you are in Austin! Well worth it! There are so many cool things on the walls. Take your time and look at each little thing. There is so much to see! The show was very entertaining! I can not tell you the secrets but they are incredible! Thank you Ravencraft for the history behind the exhibits. It made it even better.
  • This place would be fine if it was $5 however it is more expensive than the Texas museum and art the art museum. For $13 I saw two dozen mildly interesting​ pieces and then a very crappy magic trick. It is not worth it in anyway.
  • I loved everything I was so weird and cool to see all this weird stuff. The host for the show is amazing he makes it even more fun
  • It's what you would expect, weird and fake. Most of the stuff we saw was fun for the kids, it's really small though, you see everything they have in like 10 min. But there's an interesting magician(?) there who makes this trick, I'm still trying to figure it out.
  • Fun place for unique curiosities. My kids saw it on TV 'Mysteries at the Museum' and HAD to see it in person. We have it on good authority that they will be growing over the next four to eight weeks and we look forward to a return visit in the future!