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Museum of Death, New Orleans

(3.4/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
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  • While this is not the usual type of museum that we would visit, after meeting the owner we decided to give it a try. WOW - what an afternoon that turned out to be! The Museum is a self paced, walking ...  more »
  • If you're into this sort of stuff, it will probably be a very fun stop. It's not a huge museum, but there are a bunch of exhibits and other things. For 15 bucks, it may be a decent stop. 
  • Learn all about serial killers from the one's you know and a whole lot you don't. All artifacts are verifiable. Also learn some history of death in regards to traditions and the funeral business. Its ...  more »
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  • Definitely a must see for anyone interested in the macabre. Lots of serial killer memorabilia and information on mass deaths. Price was a lil high to go through the museum at $15 each and there's a no photos rule.
  • I was a little unsure about going here. I thought it might be too much. But, it was great! The exhibits were very interesting and informative. The owner is so nice and makes sure that you are comfortable. I will admit that I skipped the movie because I heard it was rather intense. It's right in the French quarter and perfect on a rainy day in New Orleans.
  • Deeply disturbing and totally worth a look. The owner is very kind and interesting to talk to.
  • I plan to visit again! I spent close to two hours even though I was in a rush due to having to head home, states away. Well worth the $15 for admission, if you happen to find a brochure for them it saves you $2-$3 I cannot remember which. The staff was friendly and open to any questions. Although it appears small from the outside the amount of exhibits inside is astounding.
  • The Museum of Death was a museum of death; that was very clear. It was clean place and they had really cool merchandise but it was just a little too morbid for my taste. The information was really fascinating but the frequent photos and videos of real people who were either dead or dying just took it bit a far.