I could stay there for hours looking at the amazing collection of memorabilia collected there. My pictures are just of the gift shop. We didn't have time to go in in museum this time but we will go back again. This place has been on Pickers and many other shows on tv..
Bizarre, surprising, nostalgic but totally captivating. The Abita Mystery House hosts an astonishing array of collectable junk and some really unusual exhibits. It is a mere $3 to get in and is a good way to spend and hour or so. It is just outside the small town centre and there is a good gift shop as well. I am... 更多
Great place. Local and genuine. Definitely stop and see! It's a great place and the founder/owner is just wha you want in a small town unique spot!
Thanks for visiting, please come again. 更多
This place is a treasure trove of tiny little wonders. It's a series of rooms full of displays of figurines, little machines, and artwork -- all of which is quirky, silly, or just weird. And unlike a lot of museums, this place feels completely approachable and allows you to interact with the exhibits. For example, there is an organ (like... 更多
Semi organized nostalgic junk shop. Only $3 to get in and walk through. Many of the items were reminiscent of the 50's and later. Visited it for the curiosity we had for the place.
The UCM Museum also known as The Abita Mystery House is a little known gem. Nestled in beautiful Abita Springs, Louisiana along a winding country road, the museum is in a converted house. It is the brain-child of artist John Preble, who has made magical art from found items. Throughout the museum you will find a menagerie of vignettes depicting... 更多
Oddities galore, memory makers and funky gift shop create a gem in the historic district of Abita Springs. Lagniappe gorgeous silver baubles by famed local crafts woman Anne Obrien. So. Much. Fun!
You just have to see it to believe it! Creative use of junk and you will probably recognize something from your childhood in here!