I walked through the Torture Museum while the rest of the family did Wizard Quest. It cost me $8 or $9 to get in.
The museum is teeny tiny. It's really just one room with barricades put up to section everything off. Most of it is reading placards on the wall, but there's also a few actual exhibits of the torture devices. Some of the exhibits include an electric chair, a mock iron maiden, a guillotine. There's also a small theater showing a movie. I skipped the movie since I thought the displays were gruesome enough.
I was surprised by the amount of young kids (under the age of 6/7) I saw in the museum. One little girl--looked to be about 5--was even watching the movie, despite a sign that it's not for children or those with a weak stomach. I was glad I didn't bring my own kids (ages 11,11, 9), and I'm normally laid back about that sort of thing.
It took me about thirty minutes to walk through it, and that was with looking at all the exhibits and reading most of the placards. I would recommend this museum only for adults/teens who are into history and/or gruesome/odd things.
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