Please note we will be closed February 13-14, Open Feb. 15th, and closed again from Feb. 16-21 and reopen to regular hours February 22.
Seniors $6 (60+)
Kids $5 (3-12)
All prices include admission tax.
Tours consist of a brief introduction to Raymond Buckland, his relationship to Gerald Gardner, and the birth and history of the museum. The average visitor stay is 45 minutes, but can vary on the individual and their attention span. Some deeply devoted Wiccans have stayed a brief 15 minutes while the most interested muggle has stayed over two hours. The museum is densely packed with over 200 artifacts. Our maximum capacity is 15 guests, so there is an occasional wait to enter.
There is limited parking behind the museum, as well as a large lot down the street at Rite Aid (2323 Broadview Rd).
We have a gift shop consisting of t-shirts, buttons, coffee mugs, and the occasional painting of an object in the collection by our curator. Many books by Raymond Buckland are for sale, as well as a large selection of used books dealing with a variety of esoteric topics. We also carry a selection of jewelry, crystals, and gems. For more info on the gift shop click here.
Where To Stay
Other Things To Do Near The Buckland:
A Christmas Story House
Relive the life of Ralphie.
Lake View Cemetery
One of the most gorgeous cemeteries in the country.
Super Electric Pinball
Dittrick Museum of Medical History
A Cleveland treasure.
Oddities, Vintage & More
Bars & Restaurants
Across the street from the Buckland Museum, Lucy’s is an Ethiopian restaurant that has vegetarian and vegan options on its menu.
The (C) Rowley Inn
Local bar/restaurant with an excellent menu.
Porco Lounge & Tiki Room
Cleveland’s premiere tiki bar and cocktail lounge.
Now That’s Class
The Side Quest
The Root Cafe
Local vegetarian powerhouse.
Legendary electronic musick record shop.
Coffee shop/record store.
Aaron Dilloway’s temple of noise.
The Vinyl Groove Records
Mac’s Backs Paperbacks
Corner of the Sky Books & Beyond (Right next door to the museum!)
Local Events Calendar Collected By Larry Cornett