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Yeah, I know it's hard to believe. I've lived in L.A. for decades and have also been a multi-time visitor in the years before I moved to Southern California. I've also absolutely loved family road trips my whole life as a kid and now as a mom of four and continue to enjoy visiting fun attractions rich with history whenever the opportunity arises. Yet, until this month I'd never visited the Hollywood Wax Museum which is the longest continuosly running wax museum in the U.S., located just off the strip of Historic Route 66 running through Hollywood. So, one of my 16 year-old triplets and thought it would be fun to play tourist for a day in our own backyard.
|Marilyn Monroe greets you when you walk in, MommyBlogExpert.com|
As the two of us discovered earlier this month, there are so many things to do in Hollywood that are still left to explore. What an adventure going down to Hollywood Boulevard turned out to be for us on an overcast Sunday December afternoon!
|Me & Martha Stewart wax figure, MommyBlogExpert.com|
With candy in hand, we munched our way to Hollywood Wax Museum which was only a leisurely 5 minute walk away once we got out of the center's underground parking structure. The museum was a fun and new experience from the moment we entered.
|Me with Brad Pitt sculpture, MommyBlogExpert.com|
|Laurel & Hardy, so realistic looking, MommyBlogExpert.com|
|All smiles at Lucille Ball I Love Lucy exhibit, MommyBlogExpert.com|
|Lucy Liu, Cameron Diaz & Drew Barrymore are lifelike, MommyBlogExpert.com|
|Shaking the President's wax hand, MommyBlogExpert.com|
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