The National Wax Museum Plus

22-25 Westmoreland Street, Dublin 2
Tel:01-6718373

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Visit The National Wax Museum Plus one of Dublin's top visitor attractions, home of the stars, your heroes and much much more.. Great fun for all.

WHTS INSIDE ...

FATHER TED'S ROOM

Visit Ted in an authentically Irish room set to capture one of the most influential cultural programmes of the 90s. Take a photo with more than one priest and spot as many Ted references as you can. You’ll be surprised how many you can fit into a little room! And we can confirm that “All of our waxworks have lovely bottoms”

MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT - The Grand Hall of Fame

Jedward in the Wax Museum You can also meet plenty of famous faces from the worlds of Sport, Theatre, TV,  Music and Film. Have your picture taken with Pierce Brosnan as James Bond 007, U2, Liam Neeson or Ronan Keating plus many many more. 

SCIENCE & DISCOVERY

Explore & Experience

Science museumInteractive touch screen technology helps bring this room to life, with real experiments and figures to examine and touch. The visitor can truly understand and appreciate the work of the many men and women who invented items which we still use to this day.

Irish Heroes of Science & Invention

Interactive attraction Never before have Irish scientists, inventors and engineers all been celebrated together in such a comprehensive way. An Offaly man, Henry George Ferguson, revolutionised the farming industry by designing and building a plough with a 3 point linkage to the tractor. His invention and design is still widely used today. A sample of the back end of  a tractor is on view for all to see.

Fun & Learning

School tours figuring out a puzzle in the Science Museum Along with the tractor there are many more fun, weird and wonderful inventions and experiments on display throughout this section. Included is a commuter railway track, fibre optics displays.

CHAMBER OF HORROR

Bram Stoker’s Dracula

Bram Stokers Dracula DublinThe Chambers of Horror also pays tribute to the great Dublin writer Bram Stoker. Stoker wrote his famous novel Dracula at his home in Clontarf, close to Dublin’s city centre. A wax figure of Count Dracula sleeping in his coffin lies in wait for his next victim here in the Chambers of Horror. Watch out it could be you!   

Silence of the Lambs

Hannibal LectorThere is a dedicated section in the Chambers of Horror for the Silence of the Lambs and the Hannibal Movies. Here is where the classic movies come to life quite literary as many of the exhibits are animatronic. So it is safe to say this one is not for those faint of heart!   Note : The Chambers of Horror does have an adult theme throughout, therefore there is parental advisory for those under the age of 16.

WAX WORLD

Harry Potter and Mad Eye Moody

As you enter this part of the museum, children can explore a world of plenty. You enter through the Wardrobe into a fantastical room that features all the greats and all the seasons of the year. Santa Claus sleeps in the Wax Museum 364 days a year, where you can take a photo on the Christmas Throne. Harry Potter and Mad Eye Moody stand in Autumn where you can pose with Scabbers the Rat at a desk, and you can even step up to the Nimbus 2,000 for your own flying heroe desk.

Peppa Pig, Bob the Builder and all the childhood favourites

Children can sit with Peppa Pig and take a seat in our creative corner and draw and colour to their hearts content! There’s a 3D Twister where you can play up the walls and on the ground. Sit next to sponge bob and Bob the Builder as well!

Super Heroes

Kids wax world | Fun for Dublin Kids. The Kid’s world also features all your favourite Cartoon Heroes such as Sponge Bob Square Pants and the Simpsons. The world of magic and fairy tales is also a running theme here with the Evil Queen, Harry Potter and all of the favourites in Dublin’s own Gotham City! During a day out in Dublin kids would not be disappointed with a visit to the National Wax Museum Plus.

Prices

  • Adult ticket €15.00
  • Child ticket €10.00
  • Student / Teenager ticket €13.00
  • Family ticket (2 Adults 2 Children under 12) €39.00

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Opening hours

Monday
10:00 am
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8:00 pm
Tuesday
10:00 am
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8:00 pm
Wednesday
10:00 am
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8:00 pm
Thursday
10:00 am
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8:00 pm
Friday
10:00 am
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8:00 pm
Saturday
10:00 am
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8:00 pm
Sunday
10:00 am
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8:00 pm

Last admission 9.00pm

(Closed on Christmas Eve 24th December, Christmas Day 25th December & St. Stephens Day 26th December)

Latitude: 53.3451412

Longitude: -6.2611985