I hosted my 1st ghost hunt. Now they are ripping that building in half. But i have heard that the machines keep going out, maybe the ghost are fighting back
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This is wax museum was so unique as it held the history of the Louisiana beginnings and displayed frame by frame how everyone of the cultures blended together to become one of the most diverse cities in the U.S. Each life size wax display was...More
The location has closed, but the figures and display pieces have been saved. Museum will re-open at a new location in 2018.
We visited this museum for two reasons; one, it was recommended by our Save Our Cemeteries tour guide as a good historic view of New Orleans and two, we’ve never been to a wax museum. We were able to join, by periphery, a tour with...More
It's too bad this place is closing the end of January 2016. I attended a wedding upstairs and it is a great venue place. When you have a venue there, you get full access to walk around and see the wax figure displays. This is...More
This is one of the best wax museums I have visited! So glad I got to experience it before it closes at the end of January. I really hope the amazing pieces can find a new home by some miracle. The building is being turned...More
Sad to hear this local haunt is closing. Lots of fun inside & loaded with history of New Orleans. Beautiful room upstairs available for parties & soirees.
A fun little French Quarter experience. A bit of kitsch but my son (9 year old) loved it, and so did I. (I say kitch, but aren't all wax museums!) A total of $22 for my son, my husband and I to enter. We had...More
Convinced my husband to go in as we were walking around near Bourbon Street. Glad we did, Yes, the figures are very old but I still learned a lot of history about the Louisiana Purchase as well as the founding of New Orleans. Many of...More