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  • Hollywood Wax MuseumHollywood Wax Museum Hollywood, California
    The Hollywood Wax Museum in Hollywood, California is the longest running wax museum in the nation, spanning 45 years of being opened by the original owners who started it in 1965. It is also the only wax museum in the nation that is dedicated completely to showcasing only celebrity figures and is the place for you to visit and come face to face with all of your favorite movie stars and icons of the silver screen. These replicas are so realistic that you won't be able to tell the difference and when you take your photograph with them and go back to where you live, no one will be able to tell the difference, making your trip more exciting than you would have ever guessed. You will have the chance to get as close as you want to Hollywood stars and television characters like Johnny Depp, Kirsten Dunst, John Wayne, Marilyn Monroe and Elvis Presley.

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  • Hollywood Museum at the Max Factor buildingHollywood Museum at the Max Factor building Hollywood, California
    The Hollywood Museum at the Max Factor building contains many of the costumes that have been worn by the many stars of the silver screen and television. There is a very special display happening right now with the costumes of the movies, Twilight, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, the Blind Side and Julie & Julia, plus the many permanent exhibits that allow you to spend hours perusing the clothes that were worn by the most famous movie and TV stars. The museum has its own Chamber of Horrors, with such strange sets as the jail cell that Hannibal Lecter was kept in, or the masks of Jason and Michael Myers; as well as the masks, mummies and corpses from movies with Boris Karloff, Lon Chaney Jr. and Brendan Fraser's Mummy films.

January 11, 2011