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Wax Museum, Saint Louis

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  • This attraction is interesting in an a recycled sort of experience. If you experience it from the top floor to the basement, one could make it a entertaining experience; not like a museum per say, but...  more »
  • Worst wax museum ever! I didn't read reviews beforehand because I just needed something to do in the area to kill a little time and this was all I could find interesting. It's a dark maze of horribly ...  more »
  • While it is a little down market, we thoroughly enjoyed the exhibits among the rambling corridors and rooms. Great if you like horror!  more »
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  • This place was creepy when we pulled up. I was like this is going to be stupid. We traveled to the top floors. It was all history related, and movies. I am a history buff, so it was okay. Then we traveled to the basements. The creepiness of the building with the scary props was awesome. I think they should make the whole thing a haunted wax museum. It is worth the ten dollars.
  • This place is the most hilarious wax museum I have ever visited. It's old and falling apart and kinda creepy TBH... That being said... I highly recommend taking a group of friends just for the memories. I've been 4 times and want to go back!
  • Wish all the people were labeled so we could identify them all. But overall super fun place and the chamber of horrors was fun and a unique experience for a wax museum! I recommend anyone to go. Maybe not kids haha
  • So creepy it’s good? The top 2 floors are all historical figures and some salvaged movie props, but the unkept nature and disrepair of the entire place are definitely worth the $10. You’ll think you’re in an episode of American Horror Story and you’re about to become the next feature displayed. Snow White is passed out on the glass, Neil Armstrong is suffocating in space, and there are heaps of presidents. My friend made the whole experience for me cause it was his idea and he pushed me ahead of him the entire time. I would suggest making sure the flashlight on your phone works, there are parts that are poorly lite and some places they have not replaced the lighting. Sweet dreams.
  • The price is pretty decent for a walk-up, add-on item to your day. Most of the display items look like discards from the high end displays. Many have a difficult time resembling their namesake, look severely disheveled, or have been damaged. The dungeon houses the freak show with some movie icons but mostly appeared to be reenactments of mutilation websites from the dark web. Had I seen it first I would not have taken my kids as it's nothing more than a gore fest. When you see the WW2 leaders you may wonder why Hitler is not included. You'll find him in the basement near Satan.

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Saint Louis is famous for its relatively low cost of living, so you can often find affordable rooms even in its most expensive hotels. The sprawling metropolitan region boasts nearly 40,000 hotel rooms, 8,000 of them in downtown. In this area, you can choose from a range of full-service hotels offering all the comforts of home within walking distance of the city's major attractions. If all you need is a decent bed, consider an inn near the airport.
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