Visit The Museum Of Death
The Museum Of Death
The Museum of Death is located in Hollywood, California right off of Hollywood Boulevard. The Museum of Death was first opened to the public in June of 1995 by JD Healy and Cathee Shultz. The pair decided to open the museum because of the lack of death education provided throughout the United States. The Museum of Death houses hundreds of artifacts and items - none of which are duplicates or replicas - that are on display for all to see. Because of the graphic nature of the exhibits displayed at the Museum of Death, it is best to leave children at home when visiting. The Museum of Death is not for the faint-hearted, as there are explicit and graphic items on display.
Admission into the Museum of Death is $17 per person. Self-guided tours can last anywhere from forty-five minutes to an hour. Because of a large number of items on display, as well as the fluctuating number of daily guests, Museum of Death staff recommends arriving no later than an hour before they close in order to have the opportunity to take everything in during the tour. The Museum of Death is open on Sundays through Thursdays from 10:00 am until 8:00 pm, On Fridays from 10:00 am until 9:00 pm, and on Saturdays from 10:00 am until 10:00 pm. Once you enter the building, photographs, cell phone use, food and beverages, smoking, vaping, and the use of chewing tobacco is prohibited.
After your tour, feel free to visit the Museum of Death’s gift shop where you can see more oddities and purchase merchandise such as t-shirts, hoodies, patches, pins, hats, mugs, and much more.
After gazing at all the vast items throughout the Museum of Death, think about taking a short eleven-minute drive to Necromance. Necromance is an oddity shop located on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles, California. At Necromance, the things you will find for sale on their shelves are not things that you would normally see in a regular souvenir shop. The oddities range far and wide and are sure to pique any and all interest that you will have after walking inside.
About the Hotel
Located just eleven-minutes away from the Museum of Death and sixteen minutes away from Necromance is Comfort Inn North Hollywood. Comfort Inn North Hollywood is a high-quality hotel that ensures the best rooms for their guests, a pleasant and relaxing environment during their stay, and that has wonderful guest amenities such as complimentary continental breakfast and free WiFi connection. Book your stay at Comfort Inn North Hollywood today and find the best rates on your room.