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Louis Tussaud's Waxworks, Niagara Falls

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
2.9/5 based on 420+ reviews on the web
Take pictures with your favorite celebrities and characters at Louis Tussaud's Waxworks, a quirky and entertaining cultural attraction. Whether you're a superfan or looking for a fun distraction for the kids, the wax museum has a broad set of famous faces to see and learn about across 16 themed galleries. Set in a building designed to look like a Tudor town house, the whole attraction has a playful and comic atmosphere. If you struggle to identify any of the characters and personalities on display...well, that's just all part of the fun. For Louis Tussaud's Waxworks and beyond, use our Niagara Falls tour planner to get the most from your Niagara Falls vacation.
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  • The exhibition itself had lots of variety to prevent you from getting bored but the waxworks themselves were awful! Definitely not the standard of Madam Tussauds. They look more like first attempts th...  read more »
  • My husband and I recently went on a 2-day trip to Niagara Falls. We visited Louis Toussaud's with high expectations since it was the #1 wax museum in Niagara Falls. The girl who rung us up at the coun...  read more »
  • Have never seen a wax figurine look more unlike who it is supposed to be. Complete waste of time and money. An absurd misrepresentation of 80% of the figurines. 
  • Although some of the sculptures look decent, I'd say 80% of them look very sub-par. I definitely couldn't do anything like it, but if I have to pay to go look at some wax figures, I want at least half of them to look incredible! Probably more fun for young kids as they have things like Batman and John Cena, but I definitely won't be coming back.
  • I liked it but I expected more hands on and newer celebrities, Selena gomez, Justin bieber, Ariana grande. They have a lot of people I didn't know and it should be more hands on, (maybe moving or video) i can't explain, but 😍 good
  • My wife and I really enjoyed our visit here. We spent a little over an hours here. They had a lot of wax models. Not many of them really looked like the real people but some did. Most had slight resemblances but for the most part we kind of knew who they were aiming for. We were surprised on the number of models they had. Even for the horror enthusiast they had a section for you. Some of them were really creepy. You can skip right past it to if you'd like. If you have kids we strongly suggest you let the kids pass it. Also don't forget to check out the bathrooms for a couple fun additions. And be sure to fill out the suggestions part on an iPad at the very end before you exit. Here you can let them know about your visit and offer your suggestions for future additions. My favorite parts was getting to sit in the Back To The Future Delorean. Michael J Fox "Marty McFly" wasn't the best model but the outfit was a good match. Overall we suggest this if your looking for something different to do on your visit.
  • Fun place. Can get a bit creepy standing in a room alone with all these realistic mannequins. Good place to take some fun photos. A bit pricey.
  • Honestly not worth the money. The wax figures are terrible, rarely does one look like the person it is meant to portray. As a local, I recommend going to the other wax museum down Clifton hill beside the Great Canadian Midway.
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