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Museum Of The Weird

Museum Of The Weird

Downtown Austin, Austin
29 Tips and reviews
  • oddities
  • side show
  • minnesota iceman
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  • Mark B.
    Mark BSeptember 25, 2016
    Very campy but cool small exhibit. Have an open mind and you'll enjoy...especially seeing the "Iceman". The last part of the tour is the best but I won't give away the surprise.
  • Dell
    DellMarch 9, 2016
    The oddball collection includes a Fiji mermaid, the Minnesota Iceman, and shrunken heads. Take the $4 tour and learn your future from the resident fortune teller.
  • Karla R.
    Karla ReddropDecember 2, 2015
    Freaking awesome
  • Connie K.
    Connie KJune 14, 2015
    Friendly staff and a fun way to support a local place that delivers to keep Austin Weird!
  • Amanda T.
    Amanda ThauMay 1, 2015
    Reminded me of a smaller Ripley's Believe It or Not! Don't miss the show upstairs... It's electric!
  • Ana M.
    Ana MontesDecember 1, 2014
    Not worth money nor time.
  • Melissa P.
    Melissa PereaApril 4, 2014
    A most do! So fun!
  • Yani I.
    Yani ImanMarch 1, 2014
    Pretty much lived up to it's name. Staff were super nice, too. Cool how they had different sections. Since we came early, we had VIP service from one of the last living oddities at the Side Show.
  • Chrissie M.
    Chrissie MuggeridgeFebruary 4, 2014
    This chick is supposed to be haunted.
  • Social N.
    Social News NetworkDecember 5, 2013
    Take your time going through the exhibits and be sure to ask the staff about the skeleton in the back. Great spots for fun pictures and don’t forget to get a ticket to see the Minnesota Iceman!
  • Emanuel V.
    Emanuel VencesJuly 13, 2013
    Make sure to check out Minnesota ice Man!
  • Zach A.
    Zach AndersonMarch 20, 2013
    Korin is doing the side show
  • Love D.
    Love DragonFebruary 27, 2013
    The weird makes me come over someday again and again over and over.
  • Ali M.
    Ali MadadSeptember 4, 2012
    Occasional performances on second floor, but worth a look for the awesome oddities on the first floor.
  • Christy L.
    Christy LatzJuly 9, 2012
    Go check out the gift shop here and say hi to the great people who run the place (they're pretty rad). When you're done doing that, go through the museum and check out the side show. Great stuff!:)
  • Brandi S.
    Brandi SchreiberJune 29, 2012
    Bring your camera for some great photo opps!
  • Anthony (Sirus) M.
    Its a small little shop, but its definitely worth the admission price. The staff enjoys working there and it shows. Definitely ask them about the exhibits. Also, the shop supports lizard rescue
  • David S.
    David SequeiraJune 11, 2012
    MUST go here. But first, grab a "pickle shot" next door from the jackalope. Definitely worth the small ticket price. Assortment of odd items and CRAZY sideshow at the end! Remember to tip!
  • Allie S.
    Allie ShupeJune 10, 2012
    Very fun place for the whole family at a very good price
  • bridget e.
    bridget ernestMay 8, 2012
    Get the $8 ticket, the show is worth it. ;)
  • Scott N.
    Scott NicelyApril 15, 2012
    Bigfoot exists!
  • CMJ
    CMJMarch 7, 2012
    If you didn't get your daily fill of bizarre just walking down the rest of this street, swing by.
  • Paul T.
    Paul TroweDecember 21, 2011
    Take an acting class with world famous acting coach Alan Ray.
  • Hunter W.
    Hunter WestSeptember 21, 2011
    If your with someone a little nervous about of the weird, ask them for the green hand surprise!!!
  • Sue E.
    Sue EnglandAugust 16, 2010
    I bought a Museum shirt and got 2 free admissions, and got a bonus side show act with Eric Odditorium!
  • Curtis L.
    Curtis LowreyApril 25, 2010
    Take the four dollar tour and get a reading by Pendark
    HISTORYApril 7, 2010
    Is a collection of the weird and disturbing and includes such traditional freak show fair as a Fiji mermaid and a frog with teeth, shrunken heads, a preserved two headed cow, and a fortune teller.
  • Mottel L.
    Mottel LightstoneMarch 17, 2010
    Come during the summer and see the lizards out back!
  • Mottel L.
    Mottel LightstoneMarch 17, 2010
    Ask the owner or one of the staff to tell you some of the back story of the stuff there - it more then doubles the value of the $4 ticket!
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