New Orleans Historic Voodoo MuseumCurrently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
New Orleans’s history is incomplete without Voodoo and since the practise started in the 18th century, many voodoo legends, practices and stories have framed the city’s colourful past.
The New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum gives you a peak into the world of Voodoo with dolls, talisman’s practices, stories of practitioners and consists of personal items and artefacts used in Voodoo.
Even though the museum is rather small, a visit here is perfect to see yet another facet of New Orleans’s inseparable culture and history.
- Off-street parking is not available.
- The museum might be a bit difficult for physically challenged people to move around.
- General: USD 7
- Students & Senior Citizens: USD 5.50
- High school students: USD 4.50
- Grade school Students: USD 3.50
- By Bus: Decatur at Dumaine
- By Tram: Dumaine Station
- By renting a Car/ Bike.
- By Taxi
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4.54% of people who visit New Orleans include New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum in their plan
36.36% of people start their New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum visit around 11 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum
Great place to visit. I brought my whole family and they can be hard to please, let alone impress. Everyone left happy and impressed. We were helped in a professional manner when we needed needed assistance, making the whole experience very enjoyable. I highly recommend a visit.
Very cool stuff inside! Not expensive. The only reason I didn't give five stars is the cramped conditions. Very narrow corridors and small rooms tightly packed. If you're interested in voodoo, it's worth a look.
I really enjoyed what I got to see of the museum, but it was extremely crowded and I was not able to see part of the museum because it just got so packed. They definitely need to work on crowd management and movement. But what I did see was pretty cool. I would go and check it out if it's not crowded.
Very cool exhibit. Not sure on the authenticity but was very interesting and had a lot of history. Great way to fill an hour of your day! They allow all the pictures you want to take.
Went on the voodoo tour so this was interesting, but if I hadn't I think I would have been mad I paid $7. Only 2 rooms of info. Dusty and old, but learned some cool things.