If you have even the slightest interest in Voodoo as a religion, you will find it worth the visit. The $5 admission is a bargain. The lady collecting the admission was genuinely helpful and informative. We could take our time looking at each exhibit packed into the 2 rooms and hallway and were encouraged to take photographs. If you are in a hurry, you will miss an object tucked into a corner!
The Museum also houses the original Marie Laveau paintings you see published. It was great to see them full size and in their original frames. There are a few skeletons and skulls and mummified animals. I think many tourists never look past these into the Museum corners.
I was interested in their original poppets and Voodoo dolls. They also had really nice Haitian Voodoo beaded flags. There were several altars with offerings. If found these amusing because visitors left such "gifts" as chewing gum, chap sticks, a candy bar wrapper and combs! I can't imagine these would bring good luck!
We managed to spend over 30 minutes in their 2 rooms and hallway. We left the Museum even more interested in obtaining books for further reading about Voodoo in New Orleans for our next visit!