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Macabre collection of preserved body parts, taxidermy, and other artifacts celebrates the history of death and grieving in various cultures

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Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$11 for admission for two (up to $20 value)

  • Check out the current exhibition, The Art of Mourning, or stay tuned for future exhibitions devoted to anatomical art, dime museums, the history of magic and deception, and eccentric Victorian taxidermist Walter Potter
  • Children age 12 and younger are admitted for free

$25 for one annual membership for one person ($50 value)
$45 for one annual membership for two people ($100 value)

  • Unlimited access for one or two to the exhibition space and the library
  • 10% off at the gift shop
  • Free admission to one lecture per membership and special discounts on parties and other events

Morbid Anatomy Museum

Skulls and skeletons and preserved body parts make for quite the macabre celebration. Yet the exhibits at Morbid Anatomy Museum are designed to do just that: explore the intersection of death and beauty and celebrate the ways people have historically coped with death, whether through taxidermy, photographs, or paintings crafted from human hair.

  • Size: 4,200 square feet of regularly changing exhibits

  • The Collection: dedicated to artwork, scholarly work, and "curiosities" related to death and mourning, including Victorian-era death masks, wax embryological models, Day of the Dead skulls, and skeletons under glass

  • Scholars in Residence: Evan Michelson of Science Channel's Oddities and Salvador Olguín, whose research focuses on the culture around death and grieving in Mexico

  • Don't Miss: regularly scheduled (and often sold-out) lectures and mixed-media presentations from experts on obscure aspects of the death and grief process

  • Take a Break: the museum also houses a full-service coffee bar, featuring locally roasted brews and locally made pastries

  • Special Programs: classes and workshops focusing on topics such as the Victorian art of hair jewelry or tableau taxidermy

  • From the Press: CNN named the space one of its "Seven Gross Wonders Across America"; founder Joanna Ebenstein was featured in Newsweek's "Garage-Sale Ghouls: America's Creepiest Finds"


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64% of 78 customers recommend

  • “Not a huge museum, but very interesting.”

  • “The cafe is great, and souvenirs were reasonably priced. Lots of great stuff to see. Make sure you have some time to look around. there are some really interesting...”

    “The cafe is great, and souvenirs were reasonably priced. Lots of great stuff to see. Make sure you have some time to look around. there are some really interesting books to flip through on top of workshops!”

  • “Nice museum”

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    Brooklyn

    424A 3rd Avenue

    Brooklyn, NY 11215

    +17738854033

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