Clay and I recently had the chance to visit the Hollywood Wax Museum Castle Of Chaos again and it was a ton of fun! We didn’t travel much last year but were lucky enough to get away, just the two of us, for Valentine’s Day this year. We also used the opportunity to do a late celebration of our anniversary. This past November marked 26 years married but we were dealing with illness, practically no money and a bunch of other issues so we didn’t get a chance to celebrate, which was pretty depressing. it was the first time in a long time we hadn’t done, at least, something for our anniversary. I was offered tickets to the Hollywood Wax Museum as part of a blogging promo so we decided to take a little honeymoon of sorts and just regroup. It was wonderful and relaxing! (discount below)
I took over 200 photos! Only a few are included in this post but there are TONS of photo opps there!
We’ve visited the Hollywood Wax Museum Pigeon Forge and the Castle Of Chaos a few times. It’s one of our favorite museums and entertainment centers to visit. The reason? It’s family friendly but also great for just the two of us!
The wax figures are changed up from time to time and I always find an info card I somehow missed before. So, there’s always something new for me to discover. On this trip, I saw Post Malone and Bob Marley, took my photo with Lucille Ball on the “Vitameatavegamin” commercial set and was chased by Frankenstein!
There are tons of selfie opps that even have props like hats and things, just don’t touch the actual figures.
Then, at the Castle Of Chaos, there are different adventures to choose from. You can find full descriptions of each one in this post.
There is an interactive ride/game where you shoot the bad guys with laser guns. The seats move and you feel like you’re riding or flying. There are twists and falls. It’s a lot of fun. There are two to choose from. We did Los Banditos the last time we visited and this time, we did Carnival and had to shoot evil clowns. You can do a replay for $5 so you can do both. Oh my gosh it is so much fun! It was rainy and cold the day we visited so there was only us and another couple in the game when we went. I came in 2nd place! WOOT!
There is also Hannah’s Mirror Maze. You start out by putting on plastic gloves (to keep finger prints off the mirrors). Then you enter a room and watch a short cartoon detailing your mission to find Hannah, a princess who was entrapped in a mirror by a witch. after the video, you go through the mirror maze and have to find your way out. There are tons of lights and colors and holograms along the way.
There is also a spinning bridge to cross and musical stairs. It’s a lot of fun. At the end of the maze (if you can find your way out), there are fireworks in the mirrors on the walls and the floor. It’s really pretty!
The other adventure there is a breakout room. As many times as we’ve visited, we still have not had a chance to do the breakout game! There’s usually a good long line for it and we haven’t had time to wait. I suggest getting there earlier if you want to try that. By the time we finished the ride and mirror maze, there was a long line of people waiting so we left.
Overall, the Hollywood Wax Museum Castle Of Chaos in Pigeon Forge is a great place to spend a few hours or part of a day. Kids and adults all love going through the museum and seeing the wax celebrities as well as the games in Castle Of Chaos. It’s especially nice on a rainy or cold winter day. It’s all indoors so you stay dry and warm.