Niagara Wax Museum of History- 303 Prospect Point
, NY 14303
Located close to Niagara Reservation State Park and the Rainbow Center Factory Outlet in Niagara Falls, NY, the Niagara Wax History Museum of History features life-like wax figures of many of the Niagara frontier's early explorers. Father Hennepin and Robert Lasalle are included, as well as modern-day daredevils who have gone over the Falls in a barrel. Other displays include Indian villages, historical street scenes, how electrical power is made, and the Ice Bridge. Aside from the wax figures, the museum also has a collection of maps and other artifacts related to the Niagara Frontier.
Over 46 exhibits will show you, how many people survived going over the Falls, who the first person ever recorded to go over the Falls was, how the area looked prior to the Industrial Age, and more.
On the way out, pick up special souvenirs to remember your visit from one of the three gift shops — gifts that will bring memories for generations.
Admission: Adults $7.00
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