New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum, New Orleans, Louisiana
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Check out the New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum to learn more about the rituals and mysteries of Voodoo, or take a cemetery walking tour to see mystical sights up close and talk to a real Voodoo priestess.
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hey, this was super scary!
WOW. let's just say i left an offering and we'll leave it at that! this was really scary, but very interesting. not sure i would take just anyone here; they m...
Jeff R pretty much wrote my review! I would add that my friends and I stumbled upon this little museum and for $5 on a lazy afternoon, it was worth the visit. The guy at the door asked if I was afraid of snak...
super place to visit when in NOLA.The comment about him being racist is a joke,the man is anything but,come'on,how could he be,look what religion he is practicing,lol...anyway was there in oct/nov 2010 for all hallows eve/all saints day.I visited him a few times during my stay & ...
For $5 an entrance fee you are getting a lot of bang for your buck! This place is seriously cool and if you take your time you will have an awesome self guided tour. Gaze into the eyes of previous voodoo queens and doctors on the walls; photographs and paintings are plentiful. Marie Laveau (I & II)'s lives seems incredible.. I had not heard of them before visiting this place! Lots of altars and cool history to read about. We loved the voodoo dolls and various items throughout the two incredible rooms. Left an old Dodger's ticket on the altar for good luck- the table was filled with all sorts of crazy things people dropped there- old licenses, pictures of children, wishes on paper, a bottle of nail polish, co...
Who would dare to write a negative review about a Voodoo establishment? Well, fortunately I only have positive things to say about this place (and probably be more careful with my jokes). Although it is very small, it is really interesting. The man who greeted us was very knowledgeable and before he shared us his lecture on Voodoo history, he spoke to us a long time about his pet snake which he was holding in his arms. Being a sucker for animals, I was immediately taken in by the experience. It was really cool and informative place and I highly recommend it. On my way out I bought a couple of charms for myself (for success and happiness) and some friends who are trying to have a baby (passion and fertil...