New Orleans, La.
— Voodoo Museum, the first Voodoo museum in the U.S., opened on Wednesday.
The new museum opened in the historic downtown area of New Orleans.
The museum, located at 6100 South New Orleans Blvd., is the latest in a series of cultural events for the city.
It is a joint venture between the city of New York, the New Orleans Saints and the Voodoo Community of America.
The Voodoo community of New England hosts numerous festivals, performances and festivals throughout the year.
The museum also hosts performances, food tastings, dance, theater, and a community garden.
There are more than 3,500 years of Voodoo history and artifacts from the tradition, which traces its roots back to the 14th century to the early 20th century.
A lot of the people who come in to see it are not locals.
They come from other parts of the country and they come to see a little piece of what New Orleans has been through and what New England has been going through.
And they come in because they have an interest in the history of the tradition.
And the museum will be open for the entire year.
It’s important to us, it’s important for New Orleans to be open, to be a place where people can come to get some cultural and social experiences that are different than what you get in the city, said Voodoo founder and museum curator Dr. John T. Smith.
“And that’s what the museum is all about.
It’s not about the big names, it is about the people, and what it is like to live in a community, and be surrounded by other people that have a different history, that have their own unique experiences.”
The museum is located at the corner of New St. Louis and New Orleans avenues in New York.