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Wolf's Museum Of Mystery LLC, Saint Augustine
(3.8/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • This little gem was well worth the $5 to get in. Lots of weird stuff, it's a fun place to wander around for awhile! 
  • This appears to be a small museum, but when you enter, you will see it is packed with interesting oddities. I went with my daughter and 11 year old granddaughter. I was a little concerned about bringi...  more »
  • This is a really cool place. They have all kinds of different things from voodoo items to movie props to shrunken heads. The admission was 5 dollars per person which I didn't think was bad. Just about...  more »
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  • Amazing! This was by far my favorite place in St Augustine. I would recommend this wonderful home to any visitor. For the people reading the negative reviews, don't believe them! Everyone we interacted with was pleasant and very knowledgeable. The prices were very fair especially since you're dealing with one of a kind or priceless items. Can't wait to visit again!!
  • This is one of the most authentic places in St. Augustine. Outside of the true historical sites like the fort you won't find a less corporate attraction. The owners live in the museum and personally acquired all of the items within. These days $5 doesn't get you much but it will get you an admission into Wolf's! What makes this value even better is thhe $5 goes toward a purchase if you decide to buy anything for sale in the museum (almost everything is for sale.) This place is a MAJOR GO AND MUST SEE!
  • My girlfriend told me about this place about a year or so ago, so I wanted to check it out. I was worried they wouldn't be open after being hit by Hurricane Matthew, but I was surprised to see them open and running. The staff is incredibly friendly and though this place is not for the squeamish, close minded or easily offended, I loved every inch of it. I highly recommend giving this place a look.
  • 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.