The National Wax Museum
4 Foster Place, Temple Bar, Dublin
|Phone||:||(01) 671 8373|
|From||:||Jan 01, 2017|
|To||:||Jan 01, 2018|
|Time||:||10.00am - 7.00pm|
|Price Range||:||EUR8 - EUR30 (Please See Below)|
The National Wax Museum Plus is an ideal venue for kids activities in Dublin. An interactive visitor attraction located in the heat of Dublin's city centre....
The National Wax Museum is an exciting interactive visitor attraction located in the heart of Dublin Ireland, right in Temple Bar distric and just off Dame Street, an ideal place to visit for Dublin tourists. The museum is houses over four floors and 13.000 square feet in a historic Foster Place landmark building, previously the home for Irelands' gold store and arms at the turn of the last century.
The museum itself is full of various characters and exhibits, ranging from historical figures to cartoon characters, and everything else in between. As indicated by the PLUS in the name, it's not only wax figures either. The museum has much more to explore and experience, such as the Science and Discovery Zone, Recording Studio and Wax Factor. It's a great fun things to do in Dublin for all ages.
offers visitors a completely new interactive fun activity. Not for the camera shy or quiet persona! The Green room allows you to superimpose yourself onto an array of backgrounds join the cast of a video and just sing and dance along to your favourite tune. Click here for more places to visit!
A Fully functioning sound recording studio - with equipment from the Sound Training College, Temple Lane Studios and the world famous Grouse Lodge recording studio. Visitors get the chance to use equipment previously used by legends of rock and pop. (E.g. REM, Snow Patrol, Michael Jackson Rihanna). Click here for more places to visit!
The Great Irish Writers Room is a salute to the literary legacy of our nation's greatest writers. They are forever immortalised in wax and ready to greet you at the entrance of the museum. Click here for more places to visit!
The Time Vaults of Irish History offers the visitor the opportunity to explore the various stages of Irish history through a wonderful experience of sight and sound. Click here for more places to visit!
Chambers of Horror no wax museum would be complete without its very own Chambers of Horror. Located in the basement of the museum, visitors can bravely enter at their own risk and experience the weird and wonderful world of horror. Click here for more places to visit!
This Children's fantasy world is really focused entirely on kids imagination and their innate curiosity, with plenty of colour, cartoon wax figures and pillars painted like cake & sweets. Children really will feel like they've walked into a dream world. This element to the attraction promises to be the highlight of any fun filled family day out! Click here for more places to visit!
The Science and Discovery Zone of the attraction pays homage to the dedicated Irish Inventors, engineers and scientists. Many of whom you may or may not have heard of. Click here for more places to visit!
The National Wax Museum is open for business 7 days a week, 362 days a year so pop in whenever you like and they will be happy to welcome you! Open daily 10am - 7pm (Last entry is 6.15pm). Time Vaults will start to close 30 mins before the museum closes. Click here for more places to visit!
*Child (Under 12) EUR8.00
*Student/ Teenager EUR10.00
*Senior/ Concession EUR10.00
*Family Ticket (2 Adults 2 Children under 12) EUR35
We offer discounted rates for groups of 10 or more. Group tours can be arranged through our groups department. Pre booking for groups of 10 or over is essential, please contact us on 00353 1 6718373 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be more than happy to help you & your group when visiting Dublin.