Movieland Wax Museum

Local nameMovieland Wax Museum
LocationNiagara Falls, Canada

Movieland Wax Museum, with over 300 wax figures in 150 sets, was the largest wax museum in the United States. Located in Buena Park, California, it was for decades one of the most popular wax museums in the United States. Allen Parkinson founded the museum on May 4, 1962, but sold it to the Six Flags Corporation in 1970. It was located north of Knott's Berry Farm on Beach Boulevard.

In 1975, Six Flags opened a Movieland Wax Museum clone called "Stars Hall of Fame" in Orlando, Florida, located near the intersection of the State Road 528 Bee-Line Expressway and Interstate 4, close to SeaWorld and just north of Walt Disney World. However, in 1984 after a drop in attendance, the Florida museum was closed and sold to the publisher Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.

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Opening hours

Opening hours vary. Please check the official website.

Admission

Adults: $10.99 CDN + tax
Children (12 and under): $6.99 CDN + tax

More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Movieland_Wax_Museum

Official website http://www.cliftonhill.com/attractions/movieland-wax-museum-stars

Email info@cliftonhill.com

Phone +1 905 358 3061

Address 4848 Clifton Hill, Niagara Falls, ON L2G 3N4, Canada

Coordinates 43°5'27.098" N -79°4'27.662" E

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