Chambers of Horror
No wax museum would be complete without its very own Chambers of Horror. Located in the basement of the museum, visitors can bravely enter at their own risk and experience the weird and wonderful world of horror.
Feel your heart pounding and your hands sweating as you come face to face with the infamous Buffalo Bill, Hannibal Lector or Dracula but who knows, anything can happen in the Chambers of Horror. Will you make it out alive or flee running and screaming?
This part of the museum also pays tribute to the great Dublin writer Bram Stoker. Stoker wrote his famous novel Dracula at his home in Clontarf, close to Dublin’s city centre. A wax figure of Count Dracula sleeping in his coffin lies in wait for his next victim. Watch out it could be you!
There is a dedicated section for the Silence of the Lambs and the Hannibal Movies. Here is where the classic movies come to life quite literary as many of the exhibits are animatronic. So it is safe to say this one is not for those faint of heart! Note : The Chambers of Horror does have an adult theme throughout, therefore there is parental advisory for those under the age of 16.
For different events, certain times of the year and for Night at the Wax Museum we do have live actors in the Chambers of Horror. Please ask at reception on admission or call in advance to find out.
Due to the adult theme in the Chambers of Horror there is parental advisory for those under the age of 16.
No they can be avoided if you continue left at the crossroads for the calming Enchanted Forest