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Museum of Death, New Orleans

(3.4/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • The staff is super nice. It's not as creepy as you could imagine a death museum to be. There are several exhibits like an animal skeletal area, a serial killer and famous murders area, and a funeral h...  more »
  • Lots of informative videos, picture, and artifacts from various serial killers. You definitely have to be in the mood or else you'll get bored within five minutes.  more »
  • If you love true crime, serial killers, and gore, this is the place for you!! Lots of killer memorabilia. Perfect for anyone who listens to the "my favorite murder" podcast. Gruesome but awesome.  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.