Medieval Torture Museum in Saint Augustine, FL

100 Saint George StreetSaint Augustine, FL 32084
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Discover the gruesome and terrifying moments in human history as the Medieval Torture Museum transports you back hundreds of years ago. Combining academic research with human emotions and fear, this interesting museum is not for the weak of heart. Are you brave enough to learn how cruel and frightening the Middle Ages truly were?

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Saint Augustine Travel Experts
  • May not be appropriate for young children.
  • This is the first exclusive medieval torture museum in the United States.
  • Draws upon historic and academic research to produce in-depth exhibits.


from Medieval Torture Museum
The emotions inspired by the “Medieval Torture Collection” will transport you back in time hundreds of years to some of the most miserable moments in human history.

Our exhibit is a unique presentation that combines academic research with the contradictive, emotionally repulsive draw of a time in history when torture and torment were commonplace.

The “Medieval Torture Collection” reminds us just how much suffering humanity can inflict in the name of cause and justice when the right tools are placed in the hands of fanatics, madmen, and tyrants.

Based on historical documents and engravings, we have amassed an unprecedented collection of cruelty, re-creating the atmosphere that prevailed throughout most of the Middle Ages. For several years, a team of scientists, historians, decorators, and sculptors have worked on creating a unique collection consisting of several hundred pieces filling more than 4000 sq. ft.

Spend an hour here and you will better know the nature of fear.

Are you brave enough?

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Port Charlotte
"Interesting Torture Pieces"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed December 01, 2019 NEW
My daughter in law wanted to visit this museum on our trip. We enjoyed this very much. Great history and great explanations of each display. Only downfall was we had to use our phone flashlight to read.
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Rebecca G
"Great! lot of fun"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed November 25, 2019 NEW
Enjoyed our visit! Just wish was little bit bigger bur had great time! Not for kids but teens/adults
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Deb W
West Allis, Wisconsin
"Pretty good museum"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed November 24, 2019 NEW
We recently traveled to Europe and for some reason went to a number of medieval torture museums so we had to see how this one compared. It was pretty good. It wasn't very expensive and we spent over an hours looking through all of the displays.
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Ed P
"Medieval torture museum"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed November 20, 2019 NEW
Interesting and informative. I would recommend you take the tour. Great price and worth the money. See what would happen to you if you messed up in medieval times.
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"Gruesomely great"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed November 04, 2019
Shocked at what humans did to one another however the history of the truth is in this tour when it comes to the how those who were tried and punished in the past. I had to stop at one portion of the tour but my NEW hubby finished!
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Frequently Asked Questions about Medieval Torture Museum

Is this museum appropriate for children?
Due to the context of the exhibits, some parents may find the museum inappropriate for children. Please use precaution if choosing to bring children to the museum.

Where is the museum located?
100 Saint George Street, St. Augustine, Florida.

How long does it take to complete the museum?
Guests spend anywhere from an hour to two hours exploring the museum.