Movieland Wax Museum of the Stars
Visits to the Movieland Wax Museum of the Stars are self-guided and include admission to the bonus House of Horrors exhibition, where scary displays are designed to send a shiver down your spine. After, exit into the Fun Factory gift shop, where you can have a wax replica made of your own hand.
If you plan on visiting other family-friendly attractions in Niagara Falls, Ontario, you can save money by opting for a sightseeing Fun Pass, which grants access not only to the wax museum, but also to other Clifton Hill attractions including the Wild West Coaster and the Niagara SkyWheel.
Things to Know Before You Go
Movieland Wax Museum of the Stars is a must for families, and music and film fans.
Save money and time by purchasing a multi-attraction sightseeing pass that includes several Niagara Falls–area attractions.
The wax museum is accessible to wheelchair users.
How to Get There
Movieland Wax Museum of the Stars is situated on Clifton Hill, Niagara Falls, just a short stroll from Niagara Parkway and Hornblower Landing. Parking is available in a dedicated lot with more than 700 spaces, just off Clifton Hill behind the Niagara SkyWheel. Alternatively, ride the WEGO green, blue, or red bus lines to the Clifton Hill/Hornblower Niagara Cruises stop.
When to Get There
Movieland Wax Museum of the Stars is open year-round, providing both cool, air-conditioned respite from the summer heat and a warm refuge from Canada’s cold winters. The museum is busiest between May and November; go early in the morning or late at night (the museum stays open past midnight during the busy summer months of June, July, and August) to avoid the crowds.
Other Non-Falls Attractions
While the falls themselves are the star attraction, the town of Niagara Falls, Ontario offers plenty of alternative attractions to enjoy after you have seen the natural wonder. Marvel at the colorful inhabitants of Bird Kingdom (one of the world’s largest free-flying indoor aviaries) and the Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory; test your driving skills on the Niagara Speedway go-kart track; play mini-golf at Wizards’ Golf or Dinosaur Adventure Golf; or amp up the adrenaline on the Wild West Coaster, a 6-D motion ride that uses visual and other sensory effects to create a thrilling experience.
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