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We are the largest interactive historical museum in the U.S., occupying more than 6,000 square feet, with over 100 unique implements and devices on display. Enter the minds of fanatics, madmen, and murderers, and discover the world’s most detailed collection of confinement and torture devices. We believe that those who forget the past are doomed to repeat it, and have amassed an unprecedented collection of cruelty, based on historical documents and engravings, offering a chilling look into the darkest parts of human history.
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Your ticket purchase also includes our "Ghost-Hunting Experience"—perfect for birthdays, corporate events, or just a fun get-together with friends and family! Download the ghost-hunting app to find and catch ghosts all over the Museum, and learn the chilling stories of how they died. (Keep an eye out for the most terrifying apparition of them all: the ghost of Thomas the Executioner!)Visit Project
Our audio guide (available in English and Spanish), recorded and performed by a professional actor, includes fifty-six stories about the torture implements and devices on display throughout the Musuem. You’ll learn the gory details of their history and function, as well as hearing personal accounts of actual people—both criminal and innocent—who were subjected to them.Visit Project
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The largest interactive Medieval Torture Museum in the U.S. is now in Los Angeles, CA.
(Not recommended under 18) – without an adult.
Kids up to 10 admitted for free.
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History of Human Torture on Display at City’s Newest Museum
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Experience Medieval Torture in the New Dedicated Interactive Museum in the Loop
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Exploring St Augustine Medieval Torture Museum | River City Live
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Medieval Torture Museum
Medieval Torture Museum is a modern interactive museum in which interaction with exhibits continues the main exposition. Visitors can play the role of executioners and their victims. They are able to sit in the spiked chair of inquiries, pose in a “barrel for drunkards”…Read More
Medieval Torture Museum
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Escape from the St Augustine Medieval Torture Museum
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