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The Burlesque Hall of Fame is the world’s premier organization dedicated to preserving the living legacy of burlesque as an artform and cultural phenomenon. With a collection of several thousand costumes, stage props, photographs, and personal...more
This museum has so much heart and soul poured into every corner. You can spend forever reading the walls, listening to the docents, or taking showgirl selfies! I can't speak enough to the knowledge and dedication of the staff. It's the perfect homage to showgirls...More
Even though the museum was smaller tha I had thought it would be. It was full of history and the lady that helped us was friendly and wonderful. Price was a bit high. But they need to keep their doors open too. Would reccomend it...More
The Burlesque Hall of Fame, is a small museum, somewhere anyone who is a fan of neo-burlesque should visit.
The staff are welcoming, well informed and knowledgeable on the history of Burlesque. It isn't a vast museum, but it is unique, with a definite twist....More
First off: this is a SMALL museum! Don't leave a negative review because you weren't paying attention and didn't realize that.
That being said, it's small but mighty! I did not at all thing my visit wasn't worth the entrance fee that I paid (I...More
Date of experience: October 2018
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Dustin W, Executive Director at Burlesque Hall of Fame, responded to this reviewResponded October 17, 2018
Small museum with interesting pictures, posters, costumes and other memorabilia from burlesque history. Nicely displayed with interesting reading. We went on museum day so got in free. I think is it normally about $15 to get in. Located in a cute up and coming arts...More
My friends and I went today to check this place out since they moved to their new location! We got the tour, which wasn’t very long but our tour guide really knew her stuff and was a pleasure to listen to. She was completely engaging...More
If you love Burlesque you need to go. If you don't love Burlesque, go and you will. History, art, life stories, fun, and of course tease; just a glimpse of what you'll fin here.
Seriously, one of the best museums you can go (specially during...More
I visited the BHOF on Friday, August 31 in the afternoon. This is an amazing museum. My guide was awesome and she had the cutest haircut (I know irrelevant to the review, but her hair was so chic). Anyway, she was so friendly and really...More