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Really, no one grows up in New Orleans without Voodoo. In the case of Charles Massicot Gandolfo, the museum’s founder, this fact was all the more intensified by the tales from his grandmother that her great-grandfather had been raised in New Orleans by a Voodoo Queen. An artist, with a passion for all the history and romance of New Orleans, he created the Voodoo Museum to share his fascination with the world.

Cameras, photographs and questions are always welcome and encouraged.

We are located at:
724 Dumaine Street
(Between Bourbon and Royal Streets in the Heart of the French Quarter)
New Orleans, LA 70116
Telephone: 504-680-0128

Click here for a map.

Our Hours are:
10:00am until 6:00pm (or later)
Seven Days a Week
Open on most Holidays

Our Cost of Admission is:
$7.00 General Admission
$5.50 Seniors, Military, College Students
$4.50 High School Students
$3.50 Under Age 12

SPECIAL WEBSITE ADMISSION DISCOUNT
We will automatically DISCOUNT the General Admission to $5.00
If you mention the Discount on this Website!

For the Voodoo-Cemetery Walking Tours, Readings, or other Services please see the HOME page.

The NEW ORLEANS HISTORIC VOODOO MUSEUM is the ORIGINAL and ONLY Voodoo Museum.


Voodoo Museum Virtual Tour
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We're located at 724 Dumaine Street in the heart of the French Quarter.

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