Friendly and knowledgeable staff. Get the coupon from Traveler magazine (available free everywhere) for $5 admission before 11 AM. Learned many interesting facts.
A great place to learn how life-sized wax figures are made and to learn a bit of history about each Commander in Chief. I noticed they honored active duty military with free entry to the museum. Kudos go the hard working staff.
We enjoyed all the information given with alol the wax displays. Some of the displays are very close in resemblance and some are not. Nice tour though and you get a electronic wand to carry with you and get information about each exhibit while you look at it. We spent about 45 minutes walking through and enjoyed all the history.
To go through the museum was expensive for what it was. I thought it was creepy and boring. What we listened to on the device they gave us was far to long and very boring. I quit listening and just went through and read the signs they had for each little scene.
It simply true to live and fun to see. Didnt like that it wasnt more up to date!
Stopped at the wax museum after visiting Mt. Rushmore. Many of the wax figures were very realistic looking, while others missed the mark a bit. For those interested in presidential history, the museum allows everyone to go at their own pace while listening to the recorded tour. Overall it was an interesting museum, but the price of admission was too... More
We spent more time here than expected. Our kids are 5 and 8, and I was prepared not to get to hear much of the recorded tour. Every person gets a wand and can enter the numbers corresponding to the exhibit and listen as desired. The 5 year old thought it was fun to push the buttons but lost interest... More
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