Savannah, Georgia is home to some of the creepiest stories and history in the entire state. Being one of Georgia's oldest cities, you're sure to catch some paranormal activity when you visit certain areas. There's a new museum in Savannah that is both creepy and entertaining at the same time, which encompasses what the city is all about.\nGraveface Museum is located in downtown Savannah and focuses on everything bizarre, odd, true crime and just plain weird. If you're looking for a non-touristy activity to do in the city, this should be on your list.\nThe museum is connected to Graveface Records & Curiosities, which is a sight to see as well. You're pretty much getting a two-in-one deal when you visit.\nYou can find everything from new and used vinyl here to taxidermy pieces.\nBoth of these places are located across from Starland Yard, which is fairly new as well. The entire area is very out of this world and artsy, which makes for the perfect location for an oddity museum.\nThe museum admission is $15, but the record store is free to browse. While the store has been open since 2019, the museum was just finished and opened on February 14 of this year.\nView this post on Instagram Now Open - Graveface Museum! A modern art museum focusing on all things true crime and bizarre oddities. Features a free play vintage pinball arcade, with purchase of a ticket. Check them out from 11 am to 10 pm. @graveface_museum @graveface_sav #museum #bizarre #truecrime #odditiesandcuriosities #odditiescollection #vintage #pinballmachine #arcade A post shared by Lominack Kolman Smith (@lominackkolmansmith) on Feb 17, 2020 at 11:16am PST\nGraveface told Narcity that the owner, Ryan Graveface, spent the last 14 months working diligently to get this place up and running and started from the ground up.\nHe handpainted the multiple clowns and other creepy paintings on the walls as well as gathered all the cooky collectibles to put in each room.\nView this post on Instagram Museum update: I have too many Gacy paintings. The true crime room has sooooo many and it could easily just be a Gacy room. This is the final room. We’re seriously almost done. Thinking we could be open by Valentine’s Day. Fingers crossed. We’ll let you know. xo A post shared by Graveface Museum (@graveface_museum) on Jan 27, 2020 at 11:36am PST\nThere's an entire room dedicated to true crime, so all you crime junkies out there, this is for you. There are multiple paintings of serial killer John Wayne Gacy on the wall that will peer into your soul.\nYou can also find a few Charles Manson letters laying around that'll send chills up your spine.\nThere are also two-headed creatures and even real human remains in some of the rooms, along with circus-themed oddities all over the place.\nView this post on Instagram Visited the @graveface_museum today. If you have any interest in oddities, circus and sideshow, serial killers, cults, taxidermy or pinball machines... do yourself a favor and check it out. A post shared by Anthony Justin Lewis (@tugboat_kht) on Feb 15, 2020 at 4:04pm PST\nIn the middle of the museum, you'll stumble across a room full of pinball machines — all horror and sci-fi themed, of course.\n*These are free to play with the price of admission.\nYou can visit this spot from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. every day for a one-of-a-kind experience.\nGraveface Museum \nPrice: $15\nAddress: 410 E. Factors Walk, Savannah, GA\nWhy You Need To Go: This museum has all things crime and creepy that will creep you out and excite. There are also dozens of pinball machines that you can play for free.\nWebsite\n*This article has been updated.