National Wax Museum Plus - TEMPORARILY CLOSED, Dublin
(2.2/5 based on 1,000+ reviews on the web)
To spend a day in the company of historical figures, professional athletes, rocks stars, and movie characters, visit National Wax Museum Plus - TEMPORARILY CLOSED. This privately owned waxworks museum offers you a chance to have your picture taken with lifelike models of everyone from pop culture favorites SpongeBob SquarePants and Hannibal Lecter to historically significant figures like Michael Collins and Eamon de Valera. The museum also contains several scenes representing Ireland through the ages, depicting events from the Viking times to the 20th century political uprisings. Be sure to drop by the museum's video recording studio, where you can create your own music video and upload it online. Using our online itinerary creator, Dublin attractions like National Wax Museum Plus - TEMPORARILY CLOSED can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • This museum would be great for kids! All of the rooms have small buttons that you press for a commentary. This commentary is not just a historical speech though, it takes on the role of a character. A...  more »
  • I took the kids there for an afternoon. It's an activity that takes no more than an hour/hour and a half. Expensive enough to get in. Easy to find. One of the music mixing tables was broken, which was...  more »
  • We loved our visit to the wax museum and enjoyed the experience Great spot on a wet day Quality is top class and staff very friendly 
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  • Waxwork museum? Really? Not my cup of tea. But this place was well worth the entrance fee. Excellent displays, informative and well laid out. Well worth a visit.
  • First impression was not so good. Claustrophobic basement. But it gets better when you keep moving. It's interesting place, some things look very old fashion or don't work but it only gives more character to the place. I spent there about an hour and a half. Best actor / singer figures kept at the end when you think you must have missed something you realise there is a big room just near the exit.
  • If you want to get to know Irish celebrities, old and new, and a bit of the irish history in a different, fun and dynamic way, Dublin Wax Museum is the way to go! Nice staff to give u guidance around, and answer questions you might have… It definitely worth a visit if you are around Dublin and have spare time for it! ;)
  • Cool place to see strange stuff hehehe, very easy to find they have a great coffee shop
  • Great for kids, but pay attention when approaching the entrance. Some of the city's more shady activity goes on just outside the wax museum.