Grab your camera and join A-listers for pictures that will make the best postcards from Branson! From Lucille Ball to Lucy ... More
Hollywood Wax Museum
Grab your camera and join A-listers for pictures that will make the best postcards from Branson! From Lucille Ball to Lucy Lui, John Wayne to Johnny Depp and Elvis to Will Smith, you'll rub elbows with the stars—caught in the act of performing the most famous scenes in entertainment history. Skip down the Yellow Brick Road, sail aboard the Titanic, encounter Frankenstein and Freddy, and lots more. All new sets and interactive opportunities coming in the Spring of 2009, plus your photo with the gargantuan 40-foot King Kong. Fun for all ages.
Me and my daughter loved it, we kept taking pictures with Forest Gump, Neo from the Matrix, and many others. Thought it was a little overpriced but still a fun thing to do. They even have a little gift shop at the end of the tour.
We had an amazing time. The statues looked excellent as well as real, and there were a bunch of movies represented. We like the ability to interact and take pictures with the figures. This was clean and well put together museum, and it was the most fun we have had in a long time.
Great attraction, interesting and worth a look, unless you are a die hard Elvis Presley fan...the figure looked more like a cross between Bobby Vinton and an older Ricky Nelson...I am sure I am not the only one with this opinion either
hi i am allissa and my review is if you do not like dolls don't come. but if you like to take pics by by celebs than COME! it was a exiting thing but i was 7 or 8 when i went so i did't look at the horror movie. so my advice if you have kids under the age of 8 warn them. but i love love love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This was great! They do allow photos.Most looked life like.My kids are ages 8-16 and they loved it.Only part my 8 yr old didnt like was the horror movie room and you can bypass that if you have young children.
I went there a few years ago and this past summer so my boyfriend could see. They had new exibits, which were cool to see(The Jack Sparrow exibit and more), but some of the other ones looked a little old (the Titanic exibit didn't look like it was kept up with well. She looked melted) It is a little pricy, but if you think how hard and time consuming it is to make the figures so detailed it makes sence. It's a good experience if you're there to see the sites. It was very memorable for me, and I still remember many things from my first trip there. Bring a camera and you can take fun pictures.
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