For someone like me, who knew nothing at all about Voodoo before visiting this museum, it was a nice place to lose an hour (and $5 admission) in. That said, the museum seemed more a place intended for people who are already more involved in Voodoo culture (there were offering sites, for example). The front staff was very friendly and answered lots of questions patiently. Much of the museum did seem, unfortunately, to be the personal work of the painter/owner. It's an interesting little place to duck into from the heat of the day, but I wouldn't make a special trip to go here.