A few weeks ago, I shared with you our plans to visit the Hollywood Wax Museum over the holidays. Since I am not a frequent guest of wax museums, in fact, I can’t ever recall going to one, I really had no idea what to expect. I did however know exactly where it was since I had passed the familiar facade a million times in the heart of downtown Hollywood. Unfortunately, it is not too often I find myself visiting tourist attractions as much as I really should.
You know who had a blast here? JetSet Dad. Yep! He was quite the jokester during the self-guided tour photo-bombing the different celeb wax figures and mock-up sets. I, on the other hand, found it very interesting getting up close and personal with each of these statues to see the fine-detail on each one of them.
The Hollywood Wax Museum is the longest-running wax museum in the United States. Designed for interaction, rather by just viewing, visitors can become part of the scene.
JetSet Tot really didn’t know who many of the figures were modeled after, so this tourist attraction might have been a little mature for her. I bet if they had a few more child-friendly movies represented, then it would have piqued her interested a bit more.
The entire tour is fairly quick and you will be in and out within the hour. So the next time you find yourself in the Hollywood area, consider checking out the Hollywood Wax Museum. Especially, if you are a film or pop-culture buff. It’s such a great place to act silly and hang out with your favorite stars.
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Hollywood Wax Museum // 6767 Hollywood Blvd – Hollywood, CA 90028 (323) 462-5991
Hugs & passports,
Photo credits: Nicole Standley
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