Harry Houdini's personal appeal and mystique remain timeless long after his death. The intrigue and legend of the celebrated magician's magic and escapes are carried on today at the Houdini Museum. Operated by two professional illusionists, the museum contains a wide range of memorabilia related to the performer who frequented the city of Scranton during his lifetime. It is the only building in the world totally devoted to Houdini. Tours change on a regular basis but always include a magic show. The Houdini Museum has national and international significance, having been featured on many prominent television shows.
|Address:||1433 North Main Street
Scranton, Pennsylvania 18508