The Criminals Hall of Fame Wax Museum was a wax museum on 5751 Victoria Avenue in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. One of many wax museums in the region, it was located at the top of Clifton Hill. The museum featured forty wax statues of notorious criminals, from mobsters to serial killers. The museum was created in 1977 and closed late 2014.
In 2002, columnist Gene Collier of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette characterized the museum as "a cheesy little monument to brutality," while in 2005, the same paper's Dennis Roddy called it "a garish little exhibit." In 2003, the Boston Herald dubbed it "tacky." In 2010, Doug Kirby's roadsideamerica.com noted in its review that the museum had "more gore than most horror wax museums and better lighting, too," which it took as "a good indication that this attraction is drawing enough of a crowd to pay its electric bill."
Official website http://www.criminalshalloffame.com/
Phone +1 905 374 3011
Address 5759 Victoria Ave, Niagara Falls, ON L2G 3L6, Canada
Coordinates 43°5'31.006" N -79°4'35.515" E