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Movieland Wax Museum, Niagara Falls

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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1.5/5 based on 360+ reviews on the web
Get up close and personal with celebrities through the lifelike wax sculptures of Movieland Wax Museum. The museum features realistic wax models of movie stars, television personalities, and music celebrities staged in their most famous moments in front of the camera. Snap a photo with the likes of Indiana Jones, The Terminator, Harry Potter, Don Corleone, Lara Croft, Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson, Madonna, and many more. The museum also features a “House of Horrors” chamber for those who like to be scared. Before you leave, make a replica of your own hand in colorful wax. Put Movieland Wax Museum on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Niagara Falls itinerary maker.
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  • It was okay the wax people some of them were dead on and some of them were horrible. The clothes looked like they were swapped from actor to actor. And kind of bummed we were unable to take up close a...  read more »
  • This place is useless dont waste your money .we only went in as it was on our clifton hill pass. The statues look so fake and many cant even tell who they are meant to be.cant get close to them withou...  read more »
  • We visited Niagara Falls in Ontario, Canada and had a great time. In the evening, we passed this so called "wax museum" which looked nice from the outside. We paid to enter and from the moment we step...  read more »
  • Museum needs a disclaimer for small children. Scary ending we had to bailout on at the end. Figures weren't that great. Most didn't look like who they were and most needed repair. We only went because of the fun pass we bought.
  • A lot of the older figures aren't being maintained. Robert Deniro and Bela Lugosi were missing some fingers and a lot of others like Paul Hogan were missing pieces from their noses, and some others were losing their hair. The accuracy of the figures I'd say was spot on for about 75% of them. There's an optional horror section, it was OK, but I'm not sure why it was there since there are at least a dozen haunted houses in the area. I think you'd be better off just going to Louis Tussaud's.
  • Nice little exhibit of known movie actor/caractere. Worth even more if you purchase the Clifton Hill Fun Pass cause it included in the pass and give you access to 4 other activities. The lil scary path at the end it a nice touch!
  • Terrible.. They didn't look anything like the actors they're supposed to be.. It was a joke. Don't go. Money grab at its best.
  • My kids (7 & 13) and I had a great time here. The haunted walk at the end was pretty great. I'm not sure I would want to pay the full admission price, but as part of the Clifton hill pass, it was a great deal.
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