Home Movie Review Constant Consumer reviews “The Hollywood Wax Museum”

Constant Consumer reviews “The Hollywood Wax Museum”


The Constant Consumer is on the road again! See if her daytrip to The HollyWood Wax Museum is two thumbs up or one star! Click PLAY to enjoy…
The Hollywood Wax Museum is located in the heart of the tourist district of Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA, in Branson, Missouri, USA and in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee USA.
The museum, the brainchild of entrepreneur Spoony Singh, was opened in 1965,[1] and claims in promotional literature to be the only wax museum dedicated solely to celebrities. It is the longest-running wax museum in the United States. The lobby and most of the inside was renovated in 2006, and a new neon sign containing 1,532 incandescent lightbulbs and 1,189 feet of neon was erected in honor of the Museum’s 40th anniversary. Wax figures and sets continue to change regularly. There is also a Chamber of Horrors, featuring classic and current movie monsters. On November 7, 1965, Mr. Singh appeared on “What’s My Line”, Dorothy Killgallen’s final appearance.

#hollywoodmoviereviews, #moviereviews2016, #moviereviews2017, #moviereviewsforkids, #moviereviews2015, #pluggedinmoviereviews, #bollywoodmoviereviews, #hindimoviereviews,