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New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum

724 Dumaine St, At Bourbon, New Orleans, LA 70116-3140
+1 504-523-7685
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Do it because you can

It is small. But, it has an interesting historical perspective of the voo doo religion and for 5... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
San Diego
Interesting Photo Op & read although $5 per person is expensive for 2 cramped rooms...

USD5 per person to enter the area. I had read some good/bad reviews so not expecting too much. Some... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Sara L
Melbourne, Australia
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There's just enough voodoo lore here to introduce you to the history and culture of this spiritual practice and to tempt you to bring home a love potion or voodoo doll as a souvenir. Guided swamp, plantation and cemetery tours are available.
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  • Average26%
  • Poor12%
  • Terrible8%
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724 Dumaine St, At Bourbon, New Orleans, LA 70116-3140
French Quarter
+1 504-523-7685
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Reviewed 2 days ago

It is small. But, it has an interesting historical perspective of the voo doo religion and for 5 bucks it is time worth spent.

Thank TrippyLawyer
Reviewed 1 week ago

USD5 per person to enter the area. I had read some good/bad reviews so not expecting too much. Some historical information although the validity/accuracy of such information is to be disputed. Good photo opportunity for altars/pictures as most voodoo shops do not allow photos to...More

Thank Sara L
Reviewed 1 week ago

The museum is very small and cramped. In order to be able to see the displays the number of people allowed inside at one time would need to be regulated,but it is not. They let any number of people cram themselves in. As a result...More

Thank Amy G
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A whole in the wall place. The ground floor of an old house was converted into this 'museum'. You will enter in the shop, pay $5 per person, be given an explanatory 'self-guide' plus a piece of paper and a pen. All stays there after...More

Thank chape_de
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We visited the Voodoo Museum today, and when we got there the woman gave us half off admission after realizing we were evacuees from Irma. The museum is very small but has lots of interesting artifacts and information about Voodoo! Thank you for being so...More

Thank MDC1224
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

An odd and small collection of three rooms filled with old, dusty, bones, paintings, pictures, dolls. The Voodoo Queen at the entrance charged us $5 to go in and asked us to make a $2 offering inside the "museum". It wasnt the highlight of our...More

Thank CBD0c
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

2 very crowded, very tiny rooms stuffed to the gills with photos, coins, cigarettes, statues and who-knows-what-else. Save your five bucks for someplace else.

Thank twisteddiva
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We were in the area and thought this looked like a fun place to visit. It was disappointing. There are only 2 rooms inside plus a gift shop. There were several voodoo items and descriptions, but the whole place was cramped and cluttered. After we...More

Thank Tracy V
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

It's so small. Only two rooms of Africa carved sculpture that you buy for home interior, and paintings. It's only $5 but I mean $5 could get you a nice cake and enjoy rather then looking at things that don't mean much

1  Thank natashayeryomina
Reviewed 15 August 2017

Most of the information you learn in the museum can be learned from a good voodoo shop. I don't recommend paying the $5 entry fee. Also it was very hot and stuffy which just encouraged us to leave even sooner.

1  Thank Lura J
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Diane B
30 December 2015|
Response from AnthonyAlyssa |
Posted admission is 7$ for adults and slightly less for kids but they often change it based on a whim I've found. we paid 8$ for two adults the day we went.
10 March 2015|
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Response from Phat_Unicorn | Reviewed this property |
I don't know for sure, but I'd guess it's because at night in New Orleans, some neighborhoods can become a little 'rowdy' with a lot of intoxicated tourists, and if a lot of drunks go stampeding through the museum, they... More