The Hollywood Wax Museum is the most famous wax museum in Los Angeles in California and the longest-lived in the United States. Located sul Hollywood Boulevard, in the tourist district of Hollywood, offers wax replicas of celebrities linked to the world of music, cinema and entertainment.
It was made by the entrepreneur Spoony Singh ed opened February 25, 1965. The building that now houses the Hollywood Wax Museum once housed Los Angeles' most exclusive hangout, The Embassy Club.
The wax museum is an almost mandatory stop when visiting Hollywood and its Boulevard. In addition to the Walk of Fame, the TCL Chinese Theater and the Dolby Theater (or Kodak Theater), this museum is an attraction not to be missed, in the district linked to the cinema.
These recreations in wax they are perfect in the smallest details and details, so much so that they seem like real people. If you haven't had the opportunity to meet celebrities on your Los Angeles tour, you can take selfies with them while visiting the museum.
In photo no one will notice that they are just wax recreations. Except for some characters like Marylin Monroe or Elvis Presley, where, except with a trip back in time, it would be impossible to meet them live.
During the visit you can even walk the red carpet used for the entry of celebrities during award ceremonies and deliveries of important artistic awards, such as the Oscars. You can also try to sing together with one of them, even if here you need to have a little courage.
The wax figures and sets with celebrity replicas they are changed and renewed regularly. There is also a chamber of horrors, with monsters from classic and current movies. The Hollywood Wax Museum has also appeared in various films and television shows.
The museum is open every day, except on the day of the Academy Awards
From Sunday to Thursday from 9:00 to midnight
Friday and Saturday from 9:00 to 01:00
Full ticket for adults (ages 14 and up): $ 25,99
Child ticket (ages 4 to 11) $ 15,99
Children under 4 get in for free
How to reach us
Getting to the Hollywood Wax Museum is very simple: It is located on Hollywood Boulevard where many of the attractions of Hollywood and Los Angeles are located, just a few hundred meters from the TCL Chinese Theater.
The address is: 6767 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028
The official website is: www.hollywoodwaxmuseum.com