Medieval Torture Museum Los Angeles, CA
6757 Hollywood Boulevard • Los Angeles, CA 90028
Visit the creepier side of Los Angeles and see the infamous Medieval Torture Museum! The museum has exhibits depicting brutal torture tools and methods from the late fifth to the fifteenth century. Brace yourself and allow this unique attraction to educate you about some of the most horrifying executions of history.
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The Medieval Torture Museum is located at 6757 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028, one block from the Dolby Theater.
Medieval Torture Museum typically opens at 11AM and closes at 11PM from Sunday through Thursday and until 12AM on Friday and Saturday. Subject to change without prior notice. Last check-in is 30 minutes before closing.
You may stay for as long as you like, but most visitors spend about 60 to 90 minutes.
A Medieval Torture Museum ticket includes admission, audio guides in English and Spanish consisting of 56 stories about the torture implements and devices on display throughout the museum, and a ghost-hunting experience in each display room (delivered via a ghost-hunting app).
Please bring a headset and smartphone to access the complimentary ghost-hunting app.
The Medieval Torture Museum Los Angeles admits visitors of all ages. It's not recommended for guests under 18 without a supervising adult. One minor must be accompanied by one adult. Guests 9 years old and below can tour the museum for free, but parental discretion is advised.
You may park via street parking or several garages nearby for a fee. The nearest parking area is located up McCadden Pl/corner of Hollywood and McCadden Pl for a fee.
The Medieval Torture Museum is fully wheelchair accessible and equipped with an elevator.