Why would you want to visit such a museum right now when ISIL is still active in many parts of the world?
If you want to view horrific images and footage of ISIL atrocities including beheadings they are easily found online.
But imagine the pain of the recently bereaved as they learn their loved ones brutal murder, and final moments on Earth, is a crowd drawing or money spinning exhibit in a museum?
It always depends how a museum chooses to display any exhibition; it can be sensitively or in a horrific manner. But that said there is no proper way to hold an ISIL exhibition right now.
With ISIL a current threat and murders of foreign hostages including British, Japanese and American citizens in recent months it is way too soon for any such display.
Illustrating a terror organisation, war or crime years after the event is one thing, but including a 'discreet TV screen showing videos of IS beheadings' from recent months is monstrous.
Senior Labour MP Keith Vaz said: "This is grotesque and I urge the owner not to open the exhibition. It should be looked at by the authorities and the owner should should think again and save himself and the relatives of those who have been the victims of ISIS (IS) the anguish that this will cause."
The exhibition opens this weekend. It has warning signs including "Be warned, if easily offended or of a sensitive nature please don't come in. No refunds available."
Jones charges an entrance fee of £8 for adults and £6 for children, though he says he does not expect adults will bring children to the more extreme exhibits.