Agreed, the Voodoo Museum is tiny and silly. But the reason to go is Carol, the proprietor. She's a crack-up, and when I was looking for just the right voodoo doll, she said "I'll give you something better," and proceeded to look through the Farmers Almanac and write out a whole calendar for me on the best days for success -- kind of like a reading, only free!She seriously did this just to be nice. Plus, someone called while I was waiting and she gave them free advice on how to perform some sort of ritual. Of course it is probably all hogwash, but the vibe in this place does feel like authentic Nola when you dig a little deeper and get to know the locals. Plus, I had no idea there is really such a thing as a "zombie," technically speaking, until I visited here. Who knew? For $5, it's a fun little distraction on your way through the quarter.
This place is amazing, the staff was incredibly nice and I asked one of the staff members if they had an age limit and with a big smile on his face the employee responded with "here at adventure quest ages is only a number of they want to play they are more than welcome! This just brought a smile to my face. I played a 4 rounds of laser tag, a round of gulf, 2 rounds of bumper cars and they even let us use our last game on the huge outdoor maze. I was already much happier with this place than with the lasertag on veterans and I also spent half as much at adventure quest than we would have at lasertag on veterans. We were there for almost 3 hours and we enjoyed every moment of it. And to make things better we only spent 25$ each and that included drinks. I strongly suggest to bring your family to adventure quest rather than that terrible lasertag on veterans!
Totally great place to spend the day.Excellently done! So historical!! So many pictures, stories.....I learned so much I never knew about that war. Very sobering as well......God bless America and all the men & women who served in our armed forces. Thank you for your sacrifice!!!!!!!!
Such a cool place to see! They give tours of the shops where they make and store most of the Mardi Gras floats. It so amazing to see what go into making just one float!
Museum has potential but they overcharge for everything (Veterans should not be charged so much for the same things we fought to protect).
you have got to go there it is so amazing I didn't want to leave