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Hollywood Wax Museum

A popular landmark that can't be missed during a drive along the Parkway in Pigeon Forge, the Hollywood Wax Museum is a treat for the star-struck Pigeon Forge tourist. While Tennessee has its share of hometown celebrities, including Dolly Parton, Johnny Knoxville, and Cormac McCarthy, Pigeon Forge's Hollywood Wax Museum has ushered in a whole new set of famous faces.

A few steps into the Hollywood Wax Museum places visitors in the oversized hand of King Kong, where they can pose for a photo before the tour. During the tour, visitors will meet a wide array of celebrities, from movie stars to singing sensations. And with celebrities from several different generations, kids and adults of all ages will stay entertained throughout the tour!

As you make your way through the museum, you can “meet” and pose with some of your favorite celebrities! Sit down for a chat with Forrest Gump, get beamed up with the Star Trek cast, step onto an Old Western set with Clint Eastwood, walk the red carpet with Jennifer Lawrence and Morgan Freeman, ride a pirate ship with Captain Jack Sparrow, or shoot hoops with Michael Jordan. For the younger kids and teens, there's a “Pop Diva Concert,” some of the most popular young celebrities today, and interactive games! There's even a room devoted to some of the scariest and most heart-pounding horror movies that will have you peeking around every corner!

No matter what celebrity you're hoping to see, you'll be amazed at the incredible detail that goes into each and every wax figure. Professional wax artists, costume designers, and seasoned prop masters spend hours working tirelessly to create these amazing wax creations. From skin color and wrinkles to facial hair and makeup, the wax figures are amazingly similar to the real celebrities. Each of the celebrities are placed in front of a fun and fitting backdrop where guests can pose. There are also plaques by the wax figures featuring fun facts about their lives and the movies and shows they've been in! Along the way, you will find interactive games like “6 degrees of separation.” It's a fun tour for all! Posing with the wax figures and snapping photos is encouraged, so don’t forget your camera and get ready to take some selfies with the stars!

And if you get the All Access Pass, you’ll have VIP access to the rooftop area where you can see King Kong up close and personal, look down at the castle, or look out over some of the most popular landmarks in the Great Smoky Mountains. Mt. LeConte, Newfound Gap, and Clingmans Dome are just a few of the awesome spots you can see from your VIP access high above the busy Parkway in Pigeon Forge! It’ll give you a great idea of where you want to go next, including heading over to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park for some outdoor fun.

After the tour, stop into the gift shop to pick up celebrity-themed goodies from some of your favorite shows and movies. The gift shop has a large variety of fun gifts, including mugs, t-shirts, lunch boxes, figurines, key chains, and more. You can choose souvenirs that will help you remember your fun time at the Hollywood Wax Museum or you can pick up gifts for those who weren't able to make the trip with you. Either way, you'll have fun exploring the gift shop before checking out the other attractions nearby.

About the Hollywood Wax Museum

Opened in May 2012, the Hollywood Wax Museum in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, stands as a huge landmark on the Parkway. The outside of the building features a “Mt. Rushmore” of John Wayne, Elvis Presley, Marilyn Monroe, and Charlie Chaplin. A giant King Kong climbs high above. Other locations include Hollywood, California, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and Branson, Missouri. The Pigeon Forge location also has 3 attractions next door – the Castle of Chaos, Hannah's Maze of Mirrors, and Outbreak: Dread the Undead – and guests can enjoy group rates and a big discount when buying the All Access Pass!

The Hollywood Wax Museum also offers FREE and convenient parking, so you can spend your entire afternoon checking out these attractions without worrying about finding or paying for parking somewhere along the Parkway. Once you’re done, you’ll be in the heart of it all, keeping you close to all the other awesome attractions, restaurants, and shops in Pigeon Forge!

Hollywood Wax Museum
106 Showplace Boulevard
Pigeon Forge, TN
37863
(865) 428-5228
Hours
Jan 1 – March 17
9 a.m. - 10 p.m.

March 18 – May 26
9 a.m. - 11 p.m.

May 27 – Sept 5
9 a.m. - midnight

Sept 6 – Dec 18
9 a.m. - 10 p.m.

Dec 19 – Dec 31
9 a.m. - midnight

Tickets

Hollywood Wax Museum | $20 – adults | $12 – kids (ages 4-11)

Hannah’s Maze of Mirrors | $15 – adults | $10 – kids

Castle of Chaos 5D Adventure | $15 – adults | $10 – kids

Outbreak: Dread the Undead | $15 – adults | $10 – kids

ALL ACCESS PASS | $29 – adults | $19 – kids

Other attractions at the Hollywood Wax Museum Entertainment Center
At the Hollywood Wax Museum Entertainment Center in Pigeon Forge, TN, you’ll get more than just a tour of the star-studded 2-story museum. Right behind the Wax Museum is a castle that houses the Castle of Chaos 5D Adventure, Hannah’s Maze of Mirrors, and Outbreak – Dread the Undead. Adventure awaits for all ages, with challenges, spooks, and lots of interactive fun.

The Castle of Chaos 5D Adventure is a 5D ride and interactive shooting adventure – the world's first! Simply put on your 3D glasses and enjoy an adrenaline-filled ride where you’ll spin, shoot, and maybe scream! At Hannah's Maze of Mirrors, wind through mirrored corridors as you try to find the Princess. With 288 potential turns, awesome colors and lighting effects, and hundreds of mirrored walls and archways, this is a challenge for all ages! It’s especially great for the younger kids (or adults!) who want some hands-on, challenging fun without the scares of zombies and haunted creatures. Then, if you’re up for some major scares, make your way through the Chemacorp lab at Outbreak – Dread the Undead, an interactive zombie adventure that’s styled after a haunted house. Live actors, incredible sets and props, and terrifying special effects will keep you thrilled and scared until the very end at one of the most technologically advanced, year-round haunted zombie attractions in the world!