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Fisherman's Warf San Francisco Wax Museum Closing

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  • News Fisherman's Warf San Francisco Wax Museum Closing

    Wax Museum at Fisherman's Wharf closes doors - SFGate

    I'm taking a certain amount of solace in Madame Tussaud's buying them out, and that once again a wax museum and torture museum (at least that's what it sounds like) will be on the Wharf once more.
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    Re: Fisherman's Warf San Francisco Wax Museum Closing

    Wow thats weird! I first went when I was a teen and then again 2 years ago. I must say though that its a pretty boring wax museum in comparison to the others I've been to.


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      Re: Fisherman's Warf San Francisco Wax Museum Closing

      Originally posted by IzzyInWonderland View Post
      Wow thats weird! I first went when I was a teen and then again 2 years ago. I must say though that its a pretty boring wax museum in comparison to the others I've been to.
      I spent a few years in SF pretty consistently, and only did the wax museum once. The torture museum next door on the other hand...

      (*edit to make less creepy*)

      The museum was pretty extensive in itself, but the repeatability was 100% bringing new people in and making them do all the "interactive" pranks.
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