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House of Frankenstein Wax Museum Lake George

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House of Frankenstein Wax Museum
213 Canada Street
Lake George
NY
12845
Tel: 518-668-3377

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Be warned the House of Frankenstein is not just another Wax Museum. No indeed. When you walk the steps of the haunted stairs you are on your own. Don't turn back, there is no turning back, you must finish this journey of terror. Probably not a good place for the smaller visitor - you know your kids.
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    this is not your average house of horrors. this is a fully retro 1970s styled waxworks of horror. this is a genuine experience. no one jumps out at you. the failure of those haunted houses are they speed up your experience with actors to cover up the lack of visuals they have. this place is all visuals. i go here every single summer and every time gets better. the employees are friendly and dont pressure you to leave because its a museum not a haunted house. its a time to pay tribute to classic horror. and they have what i have envyed for soo long....a...Read More

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    While inside somebody suddenly came up behind and grabbed one of my boobs and then ran off. I assume it was an employee.

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    We enjoyed the wax museum even more than Dr Morbid's Haunted House. It's dark, and the wax figures are all in frightening poses, scenes from Poe, Lovecraft, and others, as well as some of the more horrific parts of history. This is really not a good place to bring children, or people who don't enjoy the horror genre. For everyone else, we had a blast, I would absolutely go again.

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    Great spooky fun with some of the original figures mixed in with new ones.

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    Total ripoff. $9 adult, $6 for kids. Its so cheasy. Just a bad haunted house. Not wax museum. Save ur money. Possibly cool for teens but otherwise a ripoff.

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by gregory binx

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this is not your average house of horrors. this is a fully retro 1970s styled waxworks of horror. this is a genuine experience. no one jumps out at you. the failure of those haunted houses are they speed up your experience with actors to cover up the lack of visuals they have. this place is all visuals. i go here every single summer and every time gets better. the employees are friendly and dont pressure you to leave because its a museum not a haunted house. its a time to pay tribute to classic horror. and they have what i have envyed for soo long....a classic torture chamber. various depictions of torture will give you monster adrenaline!!! i dont understand why this place got such bad reviews of it being cheesy and boring. the house of frankenstein is the last of its kind. hopefully someone realizes they need to make more horror wax museums like this.

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