Wax Museum, Saint Louis
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It was something to do on a Saturday for myself and daughters along with a friend, we were excited to go for the first time but after getting in there it wasn't the best for kids because they were sca... read more »
We were looking for something to do. We had 2 hours to kill so we went here. We had a person in a scooter who couldn't walk the stairs to get to the exhibits and there were no elevators. The rest of u... read more »
Having been to the Wax Museum in New York and Branson, this wax museum was a complete waste of time and money. Not only were the figures poorly maintained, and unlabeled, the people they represented w... read more »
Poorly lit and very creepy especially if you're the only people there, which happened to us. Feels like someone will pop out at you. Also very cramped in some places so I wouldn't recommend it if you're claustrophobic. Most of the wax figures are recognisable but some are without name tags and were hard to place who they were supposed to be. This place is probably not for everyone. There is a better wax museum in Branson, MO.
Having been to the Madame Tussauds Wax Museum in New York and the one in Branson, this wax museum was a complete waste of time and money. Not only were the figures poorly maintained, and unlabeled, the people they represented we're hardly recognizable or were just terrible representations. If you want to go to a really awesome wax museum, don't waste your time with this one. If you do decide to go to this one, bring a flashlight because you will need it to see the figures and also see where you're going as there are three flights of pretty treacherous and dimly-lit stairs you have to climb
There are lots of lightning issues which can be dangerous. Some of the flooring feels loose and sounds as though you'll fall though. But over all its a kind of cute and interesting place. The ice cream is also $3 a scoop.
The path is a bit confusing; feels too maze-like but otherwise quite nice seeing all the wax sculptures from throughout history as well as popular movies. The two horror floors were exciting.
It was dark and creepy inside felt like someone was gonna come out and scare you. All I could think about was the movie house of wax when me and my bf took the self tour, they need more light. Worst 20 dollars ever spent, we were in and out asap it was scary to me I'd never go back!
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