The wax figures come to life at night and run amok. I have proof.
Went to see Niagra Falls and visited here. This is one of my favorite wax museums everr! Beautiful and realistic. Very creative and educational. I loved everything about this place. If youre a History buff..this is a great museum.
If your kids are scared easily dont bring them here. But overall it's a good experience with valuable knowledge to be gained and set up nicely.
It doesn't look like much from the outside, but this is the hidden gem of Niagra Falls. A visual history of the area that will change your understanding of this country. Great for adults and children of all ages.
Been to many museums in DC and can honestly say that this place easily compares with the detailed wax figures in some of the best wax museums in the world.
Guys, if u r on vacation thn should never miss any historical places. Well, this Museum is also not really that big, but nice to visit. Do have look..👍👍👍
This museum is outdated and somewhat short with often odd and unrelated exhibits...HOWEVER, knowing this going in from other reviews we were able to have a wonderful time. It was hilarious. There is some history and really fun old photos. If you have an extra 45 minutes, it is a good time....
Scary wax figures but had fun taking pics w them
Go just for the pure oddity of it all. Bring a camera.
Wow amazing place! Absolutely loved it and would definitely recommend. This is a self guided tour about niagra falls and the area. Has excellent artistic exhibits. Cute little place. I don't remember how much the child or teen price is but the adult price is 7 dollars per person. They have a gift shop at the end of the museum with some really cool stuff.
Kind of cheesy but informational
If your family abandons you for Canada because you forgot to renew your passport; this museum is a lifesaver.
My family and I loved it. Fun, affordable and cool history.
Great value for the cost. Very nice employees.
Great experience for the price! Like a hidden treasure.
My wife and I really enjoyed the museum.
Realistic expressions on the statues