Family Fun At The Hollywood Wax Museum! #WaxFan


Hey All!

We recently had the opportunity to visit the Hollywood Wax Museum. It’s one of the fun wax museums located in Hollywood, CA. It’s one of the great tourist attractions in Hollywood. We recently visited for a family fun day.


We love having family outings when we’re all off for the Holidays. The Hollywood Wax Museum is such a fun place to visit whether you’re a local or a tourist. It’s one of the main things to do in Hollywood that is not to be missed! It has been around for a long time.

They have Wax figures of all your favorite stars like Johnny Depp.


The Hollywood Wax Museum in Hollywood opened in 1965 and is located in the building that back in the early 1930s housed The Embassy Club, an exclusive entertainment industry nightclub. Each wax figure is a piece of art. Over time and currently, the Hollywood Wax Museum has worked with numerous sculptors, mold makers, and finishers to create life-like wax figures. Stylistic differences occur depending on which artists crafted the figures.


One of my favorite Wax figures was seeing the Werewolf from the Michael Jackson thriller music video.


This Wax figure of Jack Black was amazing. It looked just like him.


So did this Arnold as Conan figure.


My favorite had to be this amazing Cleopatra figure of Elizabeth Taylor. It was perfection.


The Hollywood Wax Museum is the longest-running wax museum in the United States. It has been the most visited indoor attraction in Hollywood since 1965. Plans are in the works to celebrate the Museum’s 50th Anniversary in 2015. Hollywood Wax Museum was also the first wax museum to dedicate its entire show to Hollywood, celebrities and pop culture.

Hollywood Wax Museum (at all locations) was designed for interaction. Rather than walking by and just looking, visitors are encouraged to walk into the open sets and take photos with the figures.

That’s what makes this a must see with my family for our wedding week reunion! We’re sure to get some great photos and have a ton of fun at the Hollywood Wax Museum!

For more info on the Hollywood Wax Museum visit their Facebook page.


I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.