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Apr 06

Who, and what, is the New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum?

Posted by gmg in museumFAQs

Founded in 1972 by New Orleans native and artist Charles M. Gandolfo, the Voodoo Museum is a real, brick and mortar, museum located in the heart of the French Quarter at 724 Dumaine Street, New Orleans, La. 70116. The museum displays and explains the history of Voodoo, as well as, its contemporary existence. It deals with Voodoo as a spiritual practice, the superstitions of Hoodoo, the folklore and facts about Marie Laveau, and the fusion of Voodoo into music and jazz, Mardi Gras, movies and literature. The museum is open seven days a week from 10:00am until 6:00pm. Our telephone number is 504-680-0128 and out email is (General Admission is normally $7.00 per person, but for anyone who mentions this website, admission will be discounted to $5.00.)

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