This off-the-beaten-path oddity houses a working tattoo studio, a 2,000-square-foot room museum, and Don “Doc” Lucas, historian, curator, collector, author, storyteller, artist, and the museum's most interesting exhibit. Doc’s work graces the skin of Aaron Neville and Anne Rice, among thousands of others. To be sure, it’s for those with a specialized interest in the tattoo arts, but most anyone will succumb to Doc’s knowledge of technique and enthusiastic recounting of life among the classic ink giants. The walls are plastered with old-time flash and photos; pigments and tattoo machines through the ages are nicely displayed in glass cases.