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House of Frankenstein Wax Museum

Before entering the dark recesses of the museum, pause to have your photo taken with the green-faced monster himself

1-518-668-3377
213 Canada St.
Lake George, NY 12845
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This monster-theme attraction features a chilling combination of wax and animatronic figures with creepy special effects.
 

Before entering the dark recesses of the museum, pause to have your photo taken with the green-faced monster himself just like tourists have done since the early 1970s. Your spine-chilling journey features exhibits that recreate moments from famous horror authors’ tales by Shelley, Stevenson, Hugo and Poe, while every corner turned in the wax works is likely to give you an unexpected surprise.
 

Thirsting for even more frightening adventure? Venture just one block away to the House of Frankenstein’s “cousin,” Dr. Morbid’s Haunted House, if you dare…
 
 
 
 
 
 

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