Want a preview of our exhibits? Our self-guided tour is available for download in MP3 format, or read the transcript.
Your tour begins in our lobby with The Galation Suicide. This direct copy of the original 1st century BC statue is the pride of our collection.
The Kevorkian Room
The Kevorkian Room is dedicated to Dr. Jack Kevorkian, an activist who fought to legalize physician-assisted suicide.
Faces of Suicide
We are fortunate to have figures on loan from Madame Defarge’s Wax Museum.
Places for Suicide
This exhibit includes many famous places and popular places for suicide. Our scale model of the Golden Gate Bridge may soon be the only place you will be able to jump form it. you can also have a close up look at Jonestown, and wander through Aokigahara Forest.
Do Not go Gently into that Good Night
See immoltion, seppuku, suicide bombing, and the gruesome suicides of Isokelekel and Kiyoko Matsumoto. In our Film at 11 minitheater you can watch to view the footage of newscaster Christine Chubbuck fatally shooting herself in the head while on the air.
Please note that there is no exit from the Interactive Exhibit. Visitors still alive at closing time will be gassed.
Other Museum Amenities
Au Revoir Video Booths
Record your own suicide note - high tech in one of our video booths.
Last Call Café
Enjoy a snack or a meal in our café, where amateur chefs serving community time for violent crimes prepare gourmet dishes from dangerous ingredients.
Pandora's Box Gift Shop
For mementos of your trip, gifts for loved ones, and all your suicide needs, visit Pandora's Box.
The Suicide Museum depends on the generosity of it's visitors.