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Celebrating its 30th anniversary, the famous Hollywood Wax Museum plays host to an estimated 300,000 visitors each year from the United States and 50 countries world wide at its Hollywood Walk of Fame location in the heart of Tinsel Town.

The approximately 220 wax replicas on display at the museum include major movie and television stars of past and present, sports figures and a host of other celebrated people. Bill Clinton and Hillary will soon be unveiled among the collection. A special section of the museum is devoted to religious representations, including "The Last Supper" and Michelangelo's "Pieta."

The renown "Chamber of Horrors" is constantly voted one of the most exciting galleries in the museum. It contains such movieworld menaces as Frankenstein's Monster, Dracula, the Wolfman, Pinhead, Elvira and the Phantom of the Opera. The museum's curator and the artistic staff are constantly at work creating amazlng likenesses of the latest Hollywood stars and characters. This ongoing policy of preserving the rich and wonderful tradition of Hollywood while keeping the museum up to date on today's cinematic developements, makes frequent visits to the museum a must on everybody's list of things to experience.

The museum was born out of the creative genius of Spoony Singh, the bearded and turbanned entrepreneur who arrived in Los Angeles over 30 years ago, after amassing a small fortune in the logging industry in British Columbia.

Singh figures that his museum takes in Hollywood visitors looking for the glitter of the entertainment world. His Museum contains such familiar faces as Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Paul Newman, Robert Redford, Marilyn Monroe, Clark Gable, Jean Harlow, Harrison Ford, Sylvestor Stallone, Danny DeVito, Michael Douglas, Jane and Henry Fonda, the Beatles and many others.

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Hollywood Wax Museum
6767 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood, CA 90028
Phone: (213)462-5991
Fax: (213)462-3953

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