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Each member of your party needs his/her own ticket.
All children under the age of 12 years old must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Bringing children in to the Museum of Fear is your responsibility; the Museum of Fear is NOT designed for young, impressionable minds. Be advised if you choose to allow your children to enter the Museum of Fear, they may be adversely affected by the experience.
Museum of Fear reserves the right to refuse admission to any one for any reason. You will not be admitted to the building or the exhibit if you appear to be intoxicated or under the influence of any illegal or controlled substance. The possession and/or use of any dangerous weapons or the use of an open flame such as a cigarette lighter or match in the building or exhibit is strictly prohibited at all times. Drinking, eating, use of illumination, photography or videography including cell phone videos in the exhibit is strictly prohibited at all times. Do not touch the props or the actors! If you are caught violating any of these rules you will be asked to leave the exhibit and you will not be given a refund.
If you know or suspect that you have a mental or physical condition which might be adversely affected by strobe and other disorienting lighting, fog effects, extreme darkness and pitch black, intense sounds, extreme visual effects and graphic imagery, uneven flooring, claustrophobic spaces or performer and mechanical driven startling devices, you should not purchase a Museum of Fear ticket or attempt to experience the exhibit.
The ticket holder understands that there are inherent risks when attending and exhibit such as the Museum of Fear and as such assume all risks and dangers associated with the exhibit. By entering the Museum of Fear the ticket holder agrees on his/her behalf and on behalf of their minor children to release the Lafayette Science Museum Foundation, Inc., Lafayette Science Museum and Lafayette Consolidated Government their affiliates, officers, directors, employees and volunteers from any liability for any harm, injury or death including the costs associated therewith that may arise directly or indirectly as a result of attending the exhibit identified as the Museum of Fear.
Museum of Fear assumes no responsibility for lost or stolen items. Due to the nature of the exhibit, we recommend that you not carry loose or valuable items through the exhibit, especially cell phones. Leave them in your vehicle. If you do loose an item, please advise one of our staff members as soon as possible. The exhibit will not be stopped to search for any lost items. A search may be conducted after the exhibit is closed for the evening. If the item is found we will contact you.