Rock Legends Wax MuseumCurrently Closed
- Address: 5020 Centre Street, Niagara Falls, ON L2G 3N7, Canada
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-9053546255
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Family And Kids, Specialty Museums
Any rock fan worth his/her salt that apart from the legacy the musicians left behind, there is no real museum as such that’s solely dedicated to the pioneers of this beloved genre. The brains behind the Rock Legends Wax Museum sure took a good stab at it- and succeeded, mind you! If you like rock music, don’t even stop to think twice and just head to the Rock Legends Wax Museum and spend some quality time in the company of some legendary musicians, reminiscing as you pass by not only their statues but also music memorabilia, fashion trends they introduced and much more!
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14.77% of people who visit Niagara Falls include Rock Legends Wax Museum in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
40% of people start their Rock Legends Wax Museum visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Rock Legends Wax Museum
59.52% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Rock Legends Wax Museum
An Incredible must visit wax museum for music lovers, tons of memorabilia plus then even have a store you visit at the end of the museum. Lots of interesting posters to read as you walk through the museum!! Plus it’s only $10 to visit
This attraction took about 20 minutes to go through. The was figures didn't really look anything like who they were supposed to be for the most part. It wasn't really worth the time to go through. The music was good though. The gift shop at the end had a lot of great band merchandise but that can be checked out without going through the museum.
We arrived and it was locked up the clerk was next door in the attached gift shop. All of the statues are behind glass there is no interaction with them like at other museums. All statues are carved some of them are more of a likeness than a real life like look it is inexpensive for niagara falls which is why i didnt 1 star.
Sooooooo, we got a very personal experience. Literally no one else was in the museum and so we had to go next door to buy a ticket and have them unlock the museum doors. The ambience of the place was very well done, as well as some of the statues. However, some were so bad that were they not labeled and in the rockers outfit, you'd have no idea who they were. Mick Jagger, Sid Vicious, and Freddy Mercury were so funny. My husband and I laughed and smiled the whole way. So the good and bad wax statues were all entertaining in their own ways.
On a recent trip to Niagara Falls I stopped in to the Rock legends Wax Museum, and I was pleasantly surprised. They had some great memorabilia posters from the 50's right through. The wax figures were really fun, some of my favorites Slash, Joey Ramone, and Dimebag. Do yourself a favor and the stop on by to check it out worth the money and hang out to meet the people who work there, they are very nice and listen to the history of the museum and pick up a cool shirt while you are there. Rock on Mick Layne