The National Wax Museum Plus, Dublin

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To spend a day in the company of historical figures, professional athletes, rocks stars, and movie characters, visit The National Wax Museum Plus. 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 The National Wax Museum Plus can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Overpriced and done in 20 mins. If your expecting madam tussauds then think again nothing in comparison. Ok I keep seeing now on the review that there is an interactive app for it which we we're not t...  more »
  • I love wax museums..but this venue really didn't do much for me. The self guided tour starts with a galactic display followed by a children's exploration room. This room was interesting but ehhh. Next...  more »
  • I brought my friend here for her birthday and was disappointed that I had. Albeit it's probably more for kids than adults but nevertheless the lack of celebrity wax works was disappointing. Most of th...  more »
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  • Was good we spent half an hour here as we skipped the horror hotel. The price was a little steep but was well laid out.
  • Good place for one hour visit. Some good electro magnetic stuffs in beginning. Don't miss the ghost section.
  • Very good museum and interesting for groups. The wax figures looked realistic and gave us a great experience.
  • I loved that museum, it is really unusual and amusing place, there is a section where they always change and get new thing.
  • Great selection of wax statues, a little gloomy in the first medieval section and in the rooms about the civil war - of course it represents pretty well the feelings that the people of the age must have felt. A must see in this charming city.