The Museum of the Weird was an interesting experience, but much, much smaller than I had expected. There's not all that much to it. the exhibits they do have are interesting- now I know how to shrink a head!- but not plentiful. The show at the end was not really my speed- I'm not into people mutilating themselves or hurting themselves- but some of the people I was with seemed to enjoy it, and the guys were funny. I would really only recommend it if people want a half-hour or so to fill some time. It's certainly much smaller and much lesser in general than their website led me to believe. Important note: it does not seem to be handicapped accessible. There are stairs that are difficult to navigate (stone, varying size.) I was on crutches at the time and would not recommend doing it again in that situation.
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