So worth the money. Loved that my grandson could pose and interact with the wax figures. Made a lot of photo memories.
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This place fits right in with the cheesy, antiquated attractions that surround Clifton Hill. It was part of the Ripley’s museum package so we checked it out. It is pretty large and has a lot of wax figures throughout. However, the quality of the figures...More
Never having been in a wax museum before, we had to check this place out. Some of the wax figures looked nothing like their human model. We were trying to find the right angle where we could see the 'likeness' and some of them just...More
Well, the wax museum ain't what it used to be. I'm decades older, and David Carradine and Soupy Sales have been melted down to make tall thin Taylor Swift. So feminine. So fake. I guess that one works. The waxworks is fun pushing midnight when...More
I went to the wax museum in Vegas were the statues actually look like the person. In my opinion these were horrible representations of the stars.
The creepiness of the place was the best part because the wax people were average at best. A few good things to see and overall worth the price of admission.
This is not the classical museum that made the Tussards famous. Yes they do have wax figures and you are able to get up close to many of them. There were a few that were unrecognizable and the fun was trying to guess who was...More
If you combine a few attraction together on one pass it’s more worth while. Each attraction separately can get very costly for what they are. The wax figures, most of them I had to actually read their name tags to know who they were. They...More
I have seen many wax musems but this one was not well done. too many of the wax figures were not recognizable.