Saturday, July 19, 2014

Hollywood Wax Museum Review #explorebranson

I received tickets from the Hollywood Wax Museum for the sole purpose of this review

Everybody loves Hollywood and certain actors. Well the Hollywood Wax Museum in Branson is an ideal place to visit. They just underwent a multi-million dollar renovation to bring you more and better stars. With stars like Elvis, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jamie Foxx and John Wayne you are sure to have a blast here!! AND they're open 365 days a year!

 Me and my daughter with Tom Hanks

 Liam and I with Hugh Hefner
 Harrison Ford
 Iconic Titanic scene!

The wax museum was pretty neat. There was lots of cool stars to see an fun set ups like the Titanic above. Their was also things like Pirates of the Caribbean and in that Harrison Ford area was Indiana Jones music playing. Each section was set up like the stars are if that makes sense?

Silence of the Lambs and Texas Chainsaw massacre had their masks on and were behind bars of sorts.

It was just really neat, but I have to say that it was pretty small. There was maybe about 25 things to see in there and although some had 2 and more people in it, it was pretty small.

BUT they also have a Mirror Maze (which my husband zipped right through and took the fun out of it), Shoot for the Stars Mini Golf and also a Castle of Chaos (which we didn't do). So there was plenty to do. We did the wax museum, mirror maze and we zipped through mini golf pretty quick because of tired and hungry kids and we were done in 1.5 hours. So it's quick to do, but definitely fun.

They do have a lot of older figures like George Burns and Groucho Marx, kids aren't going to know who they are. I think they need to update their figures a bit.

Ticket prices: Adults are $17.95, 4-11 are $8.95, under 4 is free. If you buy your tickets online you save $1 per ticket.

Overall: **** a bit smaller than I expected, but still fun.
*Disclaimer* I received tickets directly from the Hollywood Wax Museum in exchange for a review. I was not paid to try visit this attraction*
A big thank you goes out to Hollywood Wax Museum for allowing me to review this attraction