I'm excited that coming soon to an AJ near me (STFU, I'm hilarious) is another fabulous tourist attractions type experience for me and my friends to enjoy. I'm lucky that I have a reliable group of homies to do goofy, fun things with! We are always on the look out for things to do in Hollywood (and beyond). Perhaps you'll recall my "Girls Knight Out" adventure? .
Next up for us? The Hollywood Wax Museum.
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 and was the first wax museum to dedicate its entire show to Hollywood, celebrities and pop culture. 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. I assure you, there will be an album of photos for you to enjoy post-outting.
Fun facts: Hollywood Wax Museum was recognized last year as a “Hero of Hollywood”. The company that founded the attraction and continues to own and operate it, as well as expand the brand, is known for its integrity, relationship building and community service. It is a unique American success story—from one man’s vision comes an icon of Hollywood and tribute to entertainment. The company now has three generations of the founder’s family working in it. The neon sign on Hollywood Blvd that appears in many Hollywood montages has 17 stars, representing each of his children and grandchildren. Hollywood Wax Museum continually surveys guests about their favorite figures and those they wish to see in the Museum. The least favorites are replaced regularly and the Museums are updated frequently to give visitors the most fun experience possible. The mission is to have fun in a unique environment, to spend some time admiring people you love, learning something about them, and having the opportunity to come up with funny, creative, and sweet poses for pictures that will bring you great memories.
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