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The museum had a good range of information, was a little overcrowded with stuff for my liking, a little hard to take it all in. Also would have been nice to watch videos from scratch and not have constant play.
If you are into the...More
This has been one of the most memorable and somber museum visits I have done in Los Angeles. Several exhibits stick out to me like the shrunken head of a serial killer, LA County Corner's stretcher that carried thousands of bodies in a few years...More
This is a great museum, the owner are nice. You cant bring you backpack inside but you can leave it with the owner. One more thing no phots inside. Ps this museum is interesting but it might be too intense for someone though.
My daughter who is fascinated with crime stories and horror movies chose to come here for her birthday and so I brought her and two of her friends (17 & 18 year olds). They absolutely loved it. I’m not really into the whole death genre...More
A very unique look at the obscure. Customer support was informative and polite. Only downside was the narrow hallways and narrow spaces that made viewing hard especially went there was so much to see and read in each space.
I hate to rate it poor but I do not like to sensationalize murderers. I had no idea what to expect but with my medical background and after reading 'Stiff: The curious lives of human cadavers' I was expecting an interesting scientific or fun facts/info...More
I have always found this sort of thing so interesting and have never found a place like this! I dragged my reluctant OH along to it and I literally could have spent hours in there reading everything, so glad they set this place up and...More
You will never see anything like this museum! They have original items from all kinds of murders, mass killings and cult deaths.
I have never seen anything like this. Documents and diaries from the suspects. Collections from all kinds of murders not just local crimes....More
The Museum of Death is one of those places that is not for the squeamish or the sensitive. Exhibits touch on the history of serial killers (Bundy, Ramirez, Gacy, etc), cult murders and death (Jim Jones, Heavens Gate, etc) and displays of vintage mortuary equipment...More
If you are interested in death, murder and mayhem and all that that ensues then this is the place for you. Full on, in your face and very 'enlightening'. I enjoyed ( probably not the correct word ??) my few hours spent there. Glad I...More
Hollywood undoubtedly conjures up images of movie stars and high-end lifestyles, and to this day, tourists flock here from around the world to see the iconic Hollywood Walk of Fame, Chinese Theatre and to catch a glimpse of the famed Hollywood sign up close. Celebrity impersonators and crowds give these areas the feeling of an amusement park while many clubs and hotels fill up around the weekends for late-night
partying - the Hollywood club scene is a haven for thumping music and table-side bottle service. But parties aren’t the only way to enjoy this area, many visitors come to the neighborhood to sit back with a picnic to watch a performance at the Hollywood Bowl and those looking to stay fit trek along nature trails in the Hollywood hills and in Griffith Park.