Handcuffs from which famed illusionist Harry Houdini escaped during his worldwide performances are displayed in the Magic Castle, a private nightclub for magicians and magic enthusiasts in Hollywood, California, USA. Entry to the 1909 Magic Castle mansion is only for those who belong to the Academy of Magical Arts, an organization devoted to the advancement of the ancient art of magic. Academy members and their guests are treated nightly to a number of magic shows as well as dining and drinking at the historic social club.

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Handcuffs from which famed illusionist Harry Houdini escaped during his worldwide performances are displayed in the Magic Castle, a private nightclub for magicians and magic enthusiasts in Hollywood, California, USA. Entry to the 1909 Magic Castle mansion is only for those who belong to the Academy of Magical Arts, an organization devoted to the advancement of the ancient art of magic. Academy members and their guests are treated nightly to a number of magic shows as well as dining and drinking at the historic social club.
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Handcuffs from which famed illusionist Harry Houdini escaped during his worldwide performances are displayed in the Magic Castle, a private nightclub for magicians and magic enthusiasts in Hollywood, California, USA. Entry to the 1909 Magic Castle mansion is only for those who belong to the Academy of Magical Arts, an organization devoted to the advancement of the ancient art of magic. Academy members and their guests are treated nightly to a number of magic shows as well as dining and drinking at the historic social club.
Location: 7001 Franklin Avenue, Los Angeles, California, USA