First thing that popped into my mind after hearing Wax Museum is the movie House of Wax. Anyway, it has got no relevance except for the fact that statues and sculptures are made of wax. Before telling about the museum, I want to share the history of ,
Before 1800, the making of life-size wax figures wearing real clothes grew out of the funeral practices of European royalty. In the Middle Ages it was the habit to carry the corpse, fully dressed, on top of the coffin at royal funerals, but this sometimes had unfortunate consequences in hot weather, and the custom of making an effigy in wax for this role grew, again wearing actual clothes so that only the head and hands needed wax models. After the funeral these were often displayed by the tomb or elsewhere in the church, and became a popular attraction for visitors, which it was often necessary to pay to view.
You would be amazed, with just paying ten rupees as an entry fee to the museum, to see the wax statues of famous leaders and personalities.
Mahatma Gandhi’s statue there is the best and you can also find Da Vinci’s Last Supper.
Lit up with interchanging neon colors, the scene from a music concert is interactive. You can have fun and play the drums for which they charge/- per person, not really worth the money but you can just have some memories which you can think of it after some time.