Marie Laveau's House of Voodoo
This little shop is full of trinkets n' things such as shrunken heads, costumes, masks, and jewelry. You can also get your cards read if you are brave enough to know your future. This museum is located on historic Bourbon Street and was once the home of the namesake - known as the Second Voodoo Queen of New Orleans. Although she died in 1895, her spirit is said to haunt the museum even today. When you go be aware of their "no photo" policy which is strictly enforced.