Musée des Vampires in Paris (France)
14, Rue Jules David, 93260
Tel: +(33) 1 43 62 80 76
Paris has a peculiar museum: the museum of Vampires.
In the district of Les Lilas, at the Northeast of the capital, there is a sinister building with red main door, dark courtyard and eccentric clients.
Books, films, crosses, bats, mirrors, a replica of Countess Bathory and another one of a modern vampire sucking blood from two medical bottles. Open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 12,30 to 20,00, you should book to eat meat with chili pepper while talking about subjects of gothic interest. Afterwards, you can see a horror film and in special occasions, you can visit Vlad Tepes’ grave (the Romanian Count who inspired Dracula’s film) with Jacques Sirgent, the owner of the local… He knows everything about blood power.
*Vlad Tepes is buried in the cemetery of Père Lachaise in Paris or at least, some people affirm this.