This is a great place for making memories. No matter how many times I visit this place I am never disappointed. If you like museums you'll love this one.
I am not a fan of Wax museums. Quite frankly, if they are good replica's, they freak me right out. This museum did nothing of the sort. The figures were ok... but not realistic at all.
I actually had to drag my husband here but he actua lly enjoyed it more than I did which I dont know if that's possible. I was really looking forward to the torture chamber, why was it taken out? And the wax figures in the bathroom were a really good addition. I wish there were more rooms, it was awesome... More
Wax figures are looking tired and could use some more up to date people. Kids loved it, I've seen it a couple times before. Only 10% are somewhat true representatives of their characters. Some, without their name plates, you couldn't guess who they were. The Riddler had his front teeth ripped out which was quite humerus. Overall, fun, if you... More
Upon arriving in Niagara Falls we found there were all different kinds of wax museums...one for criminals, movie stars, rock stars. Louis Tussaud's had a large variety and was so nicely laid out. You took your time walking through and could get right up to the figures, they were not behind glass. Also had some figures set up so it... More
Did not expect much but I was thoroughly impressed. Lots and lots of wax figures, some more recognizable than others. Many of them tend to be skinnier and taller than reality. The figures are dispersed thoughout various rooms along different themes. You can even touch them which is likely what happened to Harry Potter who nowhere to be seen. Quite... More
This was my first visit to a wax museum and I have to say I had WAY too much fun for a twenty-five year old woman! Lots of figures, I liked the layout and the different themed rooms. Great experience, definitely recommend!
My husband and I traveled to Niagara Falls with his Mother. They had gone as a family when he was a child and he fondly remembered the wax museum. So they wanted to "repeat" the experience. Well, I have been to one other wax museum and I it was boring and not at all impressive. I was pleasantly surprised at... More
This is not a great representation of wax figures. It's O.K. for kids/ families, but you'd be better off spending the money on something you can actually "do" like mini-golf or a fun house, in my opinion.
If they didn't have tags, there is no way that you would be able to tell who the wax figure is supposed to represent. :( So disappointed, it wasn't even worth taking pictures. :(
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