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    2. Both locations will be open on Monday, Jan 21 with regular business hours.

      Be sure to check out our store for newly added
      Museum Of Death New Orleans Merchandise, with more to come soon!

      Photographs and/or videos of any type (cellphones included) are strictly prohibited within the museum. (Respect for the dead!)
      Doing so will have you immediately removed from the premises- Thank you for your consideration and cooperation.

      MOD in NOLA:
      227 Dauphine St.
      New Orleans, LA

      (504) 593-3968
      $15 admission (+tax)

        Open 7 days a week!
        10am - 7pm

      MOD in Hollywood:
      6031 Hollywood Blvd.
      Hollywood, CA

      (323) 466-8011
      $17 admission

        Sun-Thu: 10am - 8pm
        Fri: 10am - 9pm
        Sat: 10am - 10pm

      R.I.P. Buddy, the Museum of Death Hollywood's faithful watchdog       Learn more »
      The World Famous Museum of Death was founded in 1995 to fill the void in death education in the USA. With locations in Los Angeles and New Orleans, the Museum of Death is a self guided tour lasting approximately an hour, but those who can stomach it may stay as long as they'd like.       Read more »