Museum Of Death, Los Angeles
Museum Of Death, Los Angeles - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 6031 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, California 90028, United States
Ticket Price: 15 USD
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 11:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
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About Museum Of Death, Los Angeles
There are various branches of Museum of Death located in Downtown Hollywood Boulevard and their mission is the most unconventional of them all. The mission of the founders was to “make people feel happy about being alive”. With the kind of objects that are placed here, you are sure to be happy to not have come in the hands of death as yet and would spend each day waking up being grateful for not meeting the pain of death. There are some extremely haunting objects and artefacts kept here and even though the mission states something else, people come out being creeped out more than being grateful.
Museum Of Death Information
- It is a self-guided tour.
Museum Of Death Ticket Prices
- $15 is for all.
How To reach Museum Of Death by Public Transport
- Nearby bus stop: Hollywood/ Gower (by bus - 180/181, 217)
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This place is definitely worth checking out if you are interested in the macabre. Not crowded. It’s a self guided tour and you can really appreciate the beauty behind death. Definitely very eye opening. Unfortunately you can’t take pictures inside the museum but I think that also helps you appreciate the experience a lot more as well
Very interesting place and well worth $15. I wasn't sure what to completely expect but I'm glad that none of the people I went with were faint of heart because its REALLY graphic. The staff is really friendly. My two 15 year old sisters went (stuff like that doesn't bother them) and every time we walked past an employee they were very considerate and would ask them how they were and to not feel obligated to look at things that made them feel uneasy. The parking for the museum is free too so that's always a plus.
I was really excited to go here with a friend but was pretty disappointed. It felt like I was walking through my hoarder grandmother's house. Although I appreciate how thorough they were, it was so much in one area and a lot wasn't labeled so I wasn't sure what I was looking at. Awesome idea but could be executed better.
No camera allowed and no backpacks allowed. This is a place to learn about serial killers, unsolved murders and cults related to death. It's a small place that can and will get crowded. They have a lot of informations, stop by and read their stories. It's interesting. You'll learn something. Parking is limited, park somewhere else. It's better to find parking the street down and walk towards the building.
What can I say, I loved everything about this place. Everything was so cool. I liked reading all the notes about each section I was in. They even have a room full of Charles Manson. It is an amazing place to visit. It's so worth the $15 and you get free parking.