My wife and adult daughters had this listed as one of our must see attractions on our recent trip to New Orleans. We walked a short distance to the museum after our tour of the French Quarter. It is a very small museum in a converted residence. It only consists of two small rooms. The owner was very friendly and she said we could stay as long as we wished. I was also surprised that we could take photographs. If you keep an open mind, there is a wealth of information about Voodoo, the people who practiced it and its connections to Catholicism. There are numerous artifacts including photographs, shrines, and historic articles. The visit takes about thirty minutes to an hour. It is well worth the small admission price. I would suggest taking the Saint Louis Cemetery Number One tour after this to get an appreciation for Voodoo Priestess Marie Laveau who is buried there.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.