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Wolf's Museum Of Mystery LLC, Saint Augustine

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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3.7/5 based on 160 reviews on the web
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  • We went visited Wolf's Museum of Mystery on a whim and after we left we wished we had time to go back! We felt like we were in a combination of an old carnival, low brow art museum, and performance ar...  read more »
  • Kinda like to go in here to surprise our guests but it's really about the shock value. It's musty and always very hot inside. They do have lots of strange thing and a fun horror type set up. It's only...  read more »
  • Me and my husband absolutely love this place it's unique and not normal which me and my husband are not we took my children there they love it too I highly recommend you go and see it it's not that mu...  read more »
  • 10/5 stars. I'll start off by saying that if you aren't into horror and the macabre then this isn't the place for you. But if you've always wanted to visit Captain Spaulding's Fried Chicken and Gasoline without meeting the business end of Otis' knife then this a 100% absolute must go. I could have spent an hour reading and looking at everything in there. They had mummified remains, a human brain, correspondence between the owner, Wolf, and Charles Manson, horror props and themed rooms, murderabilia and exhibits. It was horrific, entertaining and informative, too! Staff was super friendly. I will DEFINITELY be coming back to see what's new. Can't wait! Great job on such an amazing house of oddities, never even came close to seeing anything like it!
  • Wolf's is as unique as the city it's in. On any given day you have a chance to see a live mermaid performance, fire breathers, tarot and palm readers, and/or snake handlers all before even entering the mueseum itself. Once you're inside, and pay your 5 bucks, you'll have two stories full of oddities, horror items, bits from history, and unusual (in the best ways) pieces of art to explore. There's so much to see and they constantly are bringing in new pieces so even after going once you'll want to visit again. And with most of the items within the museum being for sale you can even potentially bring a piece of the mueseum home with you. The owners, Ali and Wolf, are very welcoming and knowledgeable on the items within their mueseum. Though the mueseum has a lot in it nothing feels cramped and it's very clean. There is also a nice area to sit and relax outside in the back. The only cons I've come across in my many visits to Wolf's are (1) if you have children with you they may be scared of the museum, which completely depends on your kid and isn't a blanket statement for all children. And (2) in the summer months it can get very warm in the mueseum, but it's never been so warm that I couldn't enjoy my visit.
  • This was one of the coolest places I've ever been to. Really chill and nice staff. Probably not the best place for young children though. Lots of artifacts and almost everything's for sale. If you're into murder mysteries and scary Halloween type vibes definitely check this place out. Totally worth the $5
  • I thought this might be similar to the Mystery Shack in Disney's Gravity Falls, but it's the complete opposite. This is not kid friendly (various pictures and statues of naked women, death, mutilation) or something you want to expose your mind to if you're a Christian (dark and negative - opposite of love and light). If you're into goth or don't care about guarding what you feed your mind and thoughts, then go ahead - you'll be amused and find a few interesting tidbits. The staff is super friendly and my review isn't reflective of them in any way. I just want to make sure people go in with eyes wide open.
  • Really enjoyed the unusual things they had in the place. It was very different than the usual "museum". It was entertaining and enjoyable. I don't necessarily recommend it for young kids. Worth $5 for something to do & very fun!
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