New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum
history and culture of this spiritual practice of voodoo. Guided swamp, plantation and cemetery tours are available.
The New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum is a two room, self guided museum; immersed in cherished voodoo pieces. It's a $7.00 off the beaten path, in the air conditioning, experience. Get some culture.
Serving the New Orleans community since 1972 and bringing you a casual and curious experience intended to preserve the legacy of New Orlean's Voodoo history and culture while educating and entertaining visitors.
“If you are into the spirit of New Orleans, check out this museum and get acquainted with that which is beyond.”
“VOODOO - Walking into Erzulie's on Royal Street in the French Quarter of New Orleans will freak some people out, and mystify others. Erzulie's has live working voodoo altars set up throughout the shop. The voodoo practitioners on hand are always ready to offer you their spiritual assistance on any number of problems. Whether you are down on your luck romantically or financially, someone here can jab a few pins in a doll and remove the evil hex that previously existed on your mortal being. They sell dolls, potions, soaps and spells and do readings and consultations as well. All of their products are handcrafted, including their revolutionary voodoo app”
“VOODOO - Rev. Zombie's Voodoo shop shares ownership with Marie Laveaux's and is a little more on the novelty side, walking the fine line between authentic voodoo shop (with dolls, masks, lucky charms, etc.) and selling kitschy souvenirs. People interested in both demographics can find what they are looking for while falling under the spell of the shop's particular brand of spiritual aura. If you're looking for something beyond the typical souvenir, this is the place for dolls,potions, amulets, books and all matter of spiritual supplies. There are also displays of gris-gris (voodoo charms), potions and memorabilia pertaining to Voodoo queen Marie Laveau,”