What exactly is it about wax museums that makes them so popular worldwide? Perhaps the opportunity to avoid the rush and bustle of snapping photos with the actual famous people by getting your picture taken with their lookalikes! Even though Madame Tussauds is well known for its lifelike wax statues of celebrities, India also boasts several wax museums that are steadily gaining popularity. A trip to the wax museum provides a change from the traditional and historic Agra architecture. It is home to 26 wax replicas of well-known figures from politics, business, finance, sports, and entertainment. The museum's statues are all expertly constructed, with minute details giving them a lifelike appearance. Visitors are permitted to bring cameras to capture selfies with their favourite celebs. The museum draws visitors from all over the world and of all ages, enjoying a respectable level of fame and attractiveness. After taking stunning photos with the Taj Mahal, you see statues of famous people from all walks of life. Take selfies, party with A-listers, dance with the divas, work with Hollywood powerhouses, and so much more. Along the journey, you'll discover the ideal accessories and extras to enhance your experience and produce the most incredible possible images. For example, as soon as you enter the museum, you see a statue of Mother Teresa and the Dalai Lama, the spiritual leader of Tibet. There's no mistaking the lifelike presence you'll experience when you approach each meticulously created wax figure up close. Additionally, you learn more about the celebrities you admire, including their pets, pet peeves, side jobs, charitable endeavours, and more. You will be laughing together and feeling a little pleased due to this little encounter with fame.
Fatehabad Road Fortune Plaze First Floor, Taj Nagri Phase II, Agra 282001 India