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Is not bad, but I won`t go again, is very expensive for what you see ( I thought I would see more Brazilian characters). I know that the artists involve in the creating process put lot of effort on it , but i think it...More
What a rip-off. Expensive and weird. Nelson Mandela holding a Rome Michelin Guide, upside down? Batman?? Jeez... The kids got to "wax" their hand, at a fee (of course). Only go there if you've exhausted all other options!
Its a ripoff, really. The "museum" is really small. It has 20 statues more or less, only three are good, the rest is extremely bad. Even if you take pictures in 20 minutes you're done. 32 reais for three pictures with an awfull statue of...More
So you've been to Madame Tussauds and you're expecting something similar. Not quite. The wax works are of good quality, but there are very few of them. The museum is small and expensive.
I can highly recommend getting a wax hand done though, this is...More
Is very small and overpriced for what it offers.
Out of focus, a mix of brazilian historical figures ( Santos Dumont, Princess Isabel and D. Pedro) , with hollywood movie stars and gangsters (Dilma and Lula)
My husband and I decided to visit it because of the reviews we read here. It is an absurd to compare it to the Madame Tussaud's in London and NY. In this wax museum you will find mainly fiction characters such as Batman, Superman, Jack...More
Partly our own fault for mis-translating, but this 'museum' is over-priced and under informative: there are a few was-works, if they had been of people of historical or cultural importance to Brazil/South America, with information about them this would have been good, as it is...More