Voodoo has been a significant part of New Orleans culture since the city was first established in the 1700s. The New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum strives to preserve this aspect of NOLA history through education and entertainment. The museum explores the mysteries, legends, and traditions of voodoo, and educates visitors on the influence voodoo has had throughout the city's history. Located in the heart of the French Quarter between Bourbon and Royal Streets, visitors can explore inside the museum or participate in haunted cemetery walking tours through downtown. The museum is open daily and is a great place to visit with families or friends to learn about the rich culture that shapes this unique city.