1. Rachel Selleck

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    This was a very bad experience. We went to the wax museum and got the pick 2 tickets because the third exhibit was closed. All of the wax figures were definitely not as good as Madam Taussad’s. In addition, they had people trying to sell you timeshares on your walk through the museum! So when we went back to the Castle of Chaos because Hannah Mirrors was closed, and they were down for 40 minutes for maintenance. We rode around town for a bit, and came back. They informed us the show was still down. They offered us refunds, so that was all fine. When we went to get the refunds, we had to wair 20 minutes and they did not even refund us the price of the tax, claiming that’s all we would have paid for the show because we had used a $2 off coupon. I’m not sure you could pay me to go back there for the lack of entertainment and personality. Please beware of their 2-for-1 deal.

  2. Kelly Honeycutt

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    It was fun seeing the wax celebrities and taking pictures with them. Some were great and others were very poor in likeness. The bodies are definitely not to actual size. The worst part was between the floors a sales person is trying to get you to look at time shares or something. That was really annoying. We paid to enter this attraction so we shouldn’t be bothered with that kind of thing. It was a little pricey for what you get but everything was in the Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg area.

  3. Jerri Boone

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    Most of the sculptures are done very poorly… They either don’t look like the person, or the bodies were way out of proportion, nails and faces have stains etc. … We could tell which sculptures came from the old wax museum in Gatlinburg, because those were the ones that were done the best… We saw people walking outside by King Kongs head, but did not know that was not included unless you did the VIP, which is buying tickets to three attractions…. And even this was not explained to us until the very end..When you come in, you have to wait for everyone to get their picture in the hand of King Kong, some of us just want to go to the exhibits, but no you have to wait for the guy that takes the picture to escort you to the exhibits… Just so they can try to get more money out of you with the picture.. I would hate to be their on a real busy day and have to wait to get in because they are too busy getting pictures..Also I also did not appreciate the time share individual doing their sales pitch on you before you can go upstairs to the rest of the sculptures….. I already paid my money, why do I have to listen to a sales pitch to get to go to the next level ????Save your money and take pictures of the outside, which is just amazing !!! You will be greatly disappointed in the inside exhibits….

  4. George Long

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    Maybe a bit overpriced. Wax of varying quality. But many opportunities for silly photos. If you expect much more from a wax museum something is wrong with you.

  5. tim elliott

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    Went here on vacation end of September, my wife and I enjoyed it immensely. Don’t remember what we paid, but didn’t seem unreasonable for a tourist trap. Enjoyed the wax figures; though it seems like they were made by 2 different teams of people. Some of them were very accurate, others – not so much. Certainly enjoyed being able to take photos with the figures, and the King Kong photos (which you would pay for) were fun. Nice gift shop, leaning heavy on movie & TV items. I’ve been to many wax museums over the years (including Madame Tussauds in London), and this one certainly rated in the better group of wax museums. Check it out!