The Chambers of Horror offers visitors a spine-chilling journey into the darker realms of history and pop culture. This attraction, situated within the basement of the museum, is a uniquely immersive experience that delves into the world of horror, suspense, and the supernatural. This section is not for the faint hearted and visitors are advised to enter at their own risk!
Step into a world of eerie realism as lifelike wax figures depict iconic horror characters, scenes from classic movies, and infamous figures such as Hannibal Lector, Freddy Krueger and Dracula. The meticulously crafted exhibits are designed to evoke an unsettling sense of realism, engaging visitors’ senses with detailed visuals, eerie lighting, and haunting sound effects, catering to both horror enthusiasts and those seeking a thrilling escapade. The Chambers of Horror 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!
Note : The Chambers of Horror does have an adult theme throughout, therefore there is parental advisory for those under the age of 16.
Are there live actors in the Chambers of Horror?
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.
Are the Chambers of Horror suitable for Kids ?
Due to the adult theme in the Chambers of Horror there is parental advisory for those under the age of 16.
Do you have to go into the Chambers of Horror?
No they can be avoided if you continue left at the crossroads for the calming Enchanted Forest