Houdini Museum is located at 1433 North Main Avenue, in Scranton, Pennsylvania. The museum is dedicated to the life and career of Harry Houdini, a great American magician famous for escapes from chains, handcuffs, straitjackets, and padlocked containers. Houdini, with his brother Hardeen, performed frequently in Scranton and Wilkes-Barre. The museum was built to commemorate the magic of the legendary magician.
The main attractions of the Houdini Museum are the excellent collection of Houdini-related artifacts and the daily magic show. The museum screens films featuring Houdini himself, and a magic show with live animals.
Now, Dorothy Dietrich and Bravo the Great, nationally known magicians and Houdini collectors, amaze today's audiences with their animal acts.