Hollywood Wax Museum in Los Angeles, CA

Hollywood Wax Museum Entertainment Center6767 Hollywood BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90028
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Overview

Situated on Hollywood Boulevard along the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Hollywood Wax Museum is the longest-running wax museum in the U.S., as well as the only one dedicated entirely to celebrities from the silver screen. Guests can enjoy being face to face with icon replicas of today’s most popular actors and actresses, favorite stars from the golden age of Hollywood and even the most feared monsters and villains in the museum’s horror chamber.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Los Angeles Travel Experts
  • Longest running wax museum.
  • Located along the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
  • Pose with your favorite wax figures for memorable photos.
  • Open 365 day a year.
  • Gift shop with collectibles.
  • Plan to spend 1-2 hours.
  • Bring your camera.

Description

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Come Play With the Stars!

Grab your camera and join your favorite stars for pictures that will make the best Hollywood vacation postcards!

  • Rub elbows with the stars

  • Dozens of priceless photo ops with your favorite celebrities

  • Learn about their pets, pet peeves, and accomplishments


You'll find a mix of current celebrities, Academy Award winners, classic entertainers, and music superstars to delight every member of your family or group. And the Horror Chamber is a must for fans who want a scare. This area contains sets devoted to the scariest and most memorable horror movie villains, plus a few surprises.

The Hollywood Wax Museum, located along the Hollywood Walk of Fame, is the longest-running wax museum in the United States, and the most visited indoor attraction in Hollywood since 1965.

We invite you to visit Hollywood Wax Museum and see for yourself why 50 years of Hollywood fans have left feeling star struck!

Combo Hollywood Wax and Guinness World Records Museum!
Visit Guinness World Records Museum where you'll discover the Largest Work of Art to the Lowest Limbo… Record-breaking facts and feats documented by the best-selling copyrighted book in the world come to life right here! At this family attraction on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, you’ll have the chance to check your whole party’s weight against the world’s heaviest person, see how far your skin will stretch, compare your height with the world’s tallest man, observe some amazing food feats, and learn about the most tattooed person, smallest dog, most popular video game & more.

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njh108
London, United Kingdom
"Funniest hour of the trip"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed October 20, 2019 NEW
I found myself with time to kill on Hollywood Boulevard and being A. Solo and B. the wrong side of my mid thirties, I decided to fling $35 at the Hollywood Wax Museum, Ripley’s and Guinness World Records triple. I’m probably not the target market for these, for the afore mentioned reasons, and also because I have eyes. Little did I know, however, what hilarious delights awaited me in this waxy temple. I first began to question the quality of the wax works when I mistook Robin Williams for my uncle Bob. Jack Sparrow wasn’t too bad, but it took a lot of squinting to see that Sean Connery was meant to be Sean Connery. It was around Meryl Streep and Jennifer Lawrence that the hilarity really set in. I’d say they look 85% like the people, if the people had been stunned and dipped in an apple glaze. The Hollywood Bowl room was an ever increasing pleasure. Both I and the other people in the room had to refer to the sign to work out who the shiny man on the end was (George Clooney) and I’m still laughing about Julia Roberts and Sandra Bullock now. My absolute favourite, without a shadow of a doubt though, has to be Jennifer Aniston. I had to refer to the, signage to understand it was her, of course and have since thrown it open to an Instagram review. 100% of respondents thought it looked more like Christina Applegate, so my advise to Hollywood Wax Museum would be, just change the label on that one. My advice to anyone reading this is to definitely go. I honestly mean this when I say it was the funniest hour I’ve had for a long, long time. My cheeks hurt from lolling by the time I got outside and it was worth every cent for the pleasure of that. Happy waxing!
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Fpoblue2
Ohio
"Time for some updates"
TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
Reviewed September 30, 2019
This place was really outdated and in need of some content upgrades. For the entrance price it was a disappointment and we were only in the place approx. 30 minutes. I’m sure in the late 90’s this was a hot place based off the material that’s being presented.
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Explore694115
""Could Have Been Better""
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed September 20, 2019
A little disappointing but there you go, we were only there for an hour, that was enough the figures displayed did not appear as life-like as we were expecting.
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travelermomus
Houston, Texas
"It is not that special "
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed August 15, 2019
There is nothing special about this wax museum small and doesn’t have much figures. The pros about it that you could take picture as much as you want, and there are few accessories here and there to dress up with your star. When you buy tickets from third party as google or trip advisor and groupons make sure you look at the date, those tickets are not valid for the day of purchase rather after 48 hours! I had to cancel my google purchase, and get them from the museum for $45 extra for our group.
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tamedlovers
Wichita, Kansas
"Not Bad"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed August 07, 2019
This is our first visit to a was museum. The props were outstanding but the characters were less than 50% accurate. I was pretty disappointed but it was still a fun place to visit.
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