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Museum of Death, Los Angeles

(3.9/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
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  • The mere fact that this is the 'Museum of Death', you can expect to see an interesting array of visitors all out to satisfy their morbid curiosity. It's also not a very large place, so you may want to...  more »
  • I wasn't sure what to expect and was pleasantly surprise just how tasteful and educational the displays were. It's well worth a visit and the $15 charge. Staff are friendly and know a lot on the subje...  more »
  • I clearly hated this museum. It was raining that day there at the and we looked for a "not too touristy" Museum. Admission is $ 15, and there is free parking on site. Everything is in English, if like me you don't control enough language, this may be complicated. I didn't like because I found too shocking images, I'm not felt at ease, although as the name suggests I wasn't going to see butterflies, I found the Museum too trashy for my taste. sensitive souls refrain.
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  • Definitely worth the $15 for anyone who's fascinating by the macabre. Lots of interesting artifacts, photos, etc. covering everything from Pogo the Clown to the Manson family. It looks small from the outside, but there's enough there to take up quite a bit of time if you stop and take the time to really read everything and learn. Not for the faint of heart though, that's for sure. Not as "scary" as it is generally unsettling (in a compelling way).
  • I thought the outside looked really cool. When my friend came to visit she said she really enjoyed it, even though I didn't go in myself. You have to be really interested in stuff like that, or just have a strong stomach.
  • This place is awesome. Looks small but don't be fooled! People who complained about it are just to lazy to read. So many Intersting cases and videos. Took us an hour. Defiantly worth the $15. Super cool.
  • This is a very cool Museum, especially if you are a fan of macabre stuff. It's very interesting, and you can learn a lot from their exhibits.
  • Just left the museum of death. We came all the way from Colorado to visit this place, and it was well worth the trip. This museum is AMAZING!!! A million times better than I had even anticipated. Thank you Museum of Death for putting together such a breathtaking collection.