In almost all major capitals and tourist destinations is now likely to come across a wax museum, where you can see famous people with wax faces very similar to the originals. Dublin also has his own wax museum, which offers an interactive journey into the history and among the national figures. This is the New National Wax Museum, located in Foster Place, in the heart of Temple Bar in the heart of the Irish capital.
The structure of the museum consists of four floors and at every level, in every room, narration and special effects take the visitor to discover the history of Ireland. Inside the museum you can meet famous writers, actors of cartoons and animated films, sports, film, TV and music in Ireland. There is also a chamber of horrors and a hall of science and technology where you can take part in various experiments.
The museum is open from 10 am to 19 from Monday to Sunday. The ticket price is 12 € for adults, 10 for students and 8 for children. 35 euro the price of admission for the whole family of two adults and two children. If you have visited a wax museum before then you can understand how really cool is that and if you haven’t then this is your chance. Have fun!