For three dollars, it was fun. If I'd paid any more, this would be a more negative review. The video shown inside, while cheaply and hilariously produced, tells very little about the production process (presumably their most interesting practice) and skims over everything. It seems aimed toward children who will ironically not know who 90 percent of the wax figurines represent. It is very quick to walk through and is only interesting in that it's not every day you walk through a wax museum. The figures are also rather crowded together. It's an interesting afternoon diversion, but certainly not a destination. Also, they misspelled Hemingway's name twice. So there was a bit of lack of professionalism.