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Chicago: Medieval Torture Museum Ticket with Ghost Hunting

1. Chicago: Medieval Torture Museum Ticket with Ghost Hunting

Gain entry into one of the largest interactive torture museums in the USA with this attraction ticket. Explore the museum with an audio guide and learn about the terrible history of punishment, torture, and executions from humanity's darkest times. Enter the 5,000 square foot exhibition and get your audio guide from the greeter. Follow the guide's instructions to learn about the hundreds of examples of torture, interrogation, restraint, and execution devices. Gain a greater understanding of how the devices worked by viewing the wax sculptures depicting executioners and victims. While you explore the museum, you can also participate in the thrilling Ghost Hunting Experience by downloading the app.

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Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 7 reviews

While the visit was gory, it was enlightening and illuminating. You get real visual depictions of beheadings, impaling, tongue slicing, eye gouging and other forms of torture were fascinating. The graphic and the models depicted gave life to the exhibit. Additionally, the narratives and descriptions were revealing and worthy of the education I learned.

Upon arrival, youre greeted warmly. You're given some great instructions. It's interactive. All the exhibits are in audio and there's ghost hunting. What more could one want with the macabre. Come and enjoy.v

It's sad and cruel the old types of punishment. And just thinking that are some countries that still using some of these type of punishment gives goosebumps. How evil man kind can be.

Was interesting but feel like it's a bit over priced for a self guided tour.