Our family loves doing activities together. Since we live so close to all the Pigeon Forge attractions we are always wanting to try new things to do in Pigeon Forge. We recently had the opportunity to visit the Hollywood Wax museum in Pigeon Forge. The kids had a day off from school so it was the perfect family fun activity to do with them.
The fun thing about Hollywood Wax museums is that they are designed to be interactive. You are actually encourage to walk into the sets to take pictures. As soon as we walked in my teenagers walked straight over to Christian Bale to give him some adoration. Thats when the giggles and fun started and kept going throughout.
I enjoyed seeing some of my favorite characters from when I was growing up. I loved watching I dream of Jeanie, so it was fun to see her in the Wax museum and snap a couple of photos. Some of the characters my younger kids didn’t know and were not interested in. They seemed to be geared a little toward the old kids and adults. That being said, the Hollywood Wax museums continually survey their guests about their favorite characters and who they would like to see put in the museum. We did this electronic survey at the end of our walk through, and it was quick and easy. The least favorite characters are replace regularly to help keep the museum a fun and unique environment for your family.
There were fun poses for everyone. I know I have always wanted to ride a segway and now my son can say he has riden with Paul Blart:Mall cop. Some interesting facts about the Pigeon Forge location that I learned. It is actually the biggest of the 3 Hollywood Wax museums (Pigeon Forge, Hollywood, Branson). It also has a VIP observation deck where you can take in a gorgeous view of the Smoky Mountains. I would have loved to see that. It is also a fairly new Hollywood Wax museum, it opened in 2012.
The Hollywood Wax museum is a definite stop if you like interactive exhibits, taking pictures and celebrities. It was a great memory maker for my family. Be sure to stay up on their latest news by visiting the Hollywood museum Facebook page.
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.