Horror-lovers and film buffs rejoice! The Mystic Museum‘s new ’90s slasher museum will take you right into the scene of your favorite scary movie.
The Mystic Museum is a shop that offers horror collectibles and occult oddities. In their space, you can find ouija boards, tarot cards, horror-inspired clothing, and many more goodies that fit your mystic needs. It’s the one-stop-shop for all things paranormal and mysterious. However, they are so much more than a spooky storefront. They offer experiences and events for all to enjoy. In fact, our favorite part of their space is what lies beyond their back doors.
Behind the store is their ’90s Slashers museum. Before you enter this experience, you’ll be given a dagger that will help you survive along the way. As soon as you walk in, you’re immediately transported to a notable ’90s movie scene. The dagger acts like a key, unlocking sounds, displays—and even a phone call from a certain person fans will recognize. Hint: He wants to know what your favorite scary movie is.
The entire time, patrons are welcome to walk around the experience and use the available props to their advantage. Along the way, you’ll be able to take in and fully experience the horror movie-inspired sets. Remember, this museum is also part photo-op, allowing you to hit your favorite movie poster poses.
They even showcase scary-movie art and collectibles made by locals for all to appreciate. It’s certainly an experience by horror fans for horror fans. In their own words, “[We’re] here to entertain and bring joy to those who love curiosities, the occult, horror, and film– with no limitations on acceptance.”
For what else is in store for you at this experience, you’ll just have to see for yourself.
This event is created by The Mystic Museum and is sponsored by Midsummer Scream, Fangoria, Fright Rags, and Slasher Energy. To stay up to date with The Mystic Museum and their future events, check their site. Tickets to the ’90 Slashers exhibit are $16.
Location: 3204 W Magnolia Blvd., Burbank, CA 91505
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