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I've passed this wax museum so often in the last few years and never realized it was this big. Looks like a lot of fun.
I was amazed how much is in there.
Originally Posted by pamcarey
The Heidi Klum wax figure looks very realistic! At least in your picture it does!
It was amazing how some looked so real and others were just so so.
Originally Posted by chezp
Wow, and there was still more to see? Good grief! How long did you end up spending in there?
We spent a couple of hours there. We didn't rush through and just had a great time.
Originally Posted by SuperDave
Quite a time at the museum and you saw so much and got your moneys worth!
Yes we did!
Originally Posted by Cam22
Such a bonus that guests can pose with the figures! Love the ones with the Hulk.
I agree. I was surprised we could actually touch them too.
Originally Posted by patclairesmom
What an extensive museum! I have recently become of fan of the Marvel movies. I watch Iron Man when it first came out and then nothing until Spider-Man and Black Panther and then, of course, Infinity Wars. I drive my kids crazy because I am constantly asking questions about the back stories.
That is so funny. And that's why I decided to watch all the movies before going to Infinity War. Claire had seen a couple of them and knew info on all, but we were so glad we watch them all before this movie. Now we want to watch them all again.
Originally Posted by clio
That museum is bigger than I would have thought. It looks like you guys has a great time there. Some of the figures looked just like the people, others not so much.
It was really big. I am glad we decided to visit this trip.
We all know that the day after Thanksgiving is for shopping…and where better to do it than NYC!
Aunt Mary decided to order a van to drive us over to Macy’s as a group. We told her not to but she insisted it was cheaper than taking taxis….I am pretty sure she is wrong (more like lying), but you just can’t argue with her.
And off we went. Really, Macy’s is not that far away and we could even walk to it if we wanted to. But this made Aunt Mary happy.
First thing we did was head to an area where you can pick up a discount visitor pass, only to find out that they had a better pass for this weekend for everyone. In reality, I wasn’t here to shop, so it didn’t matter to me.
We then headed to see Santa. Last time we were able to schedule an appointment and basically got in the “fastpass” line for Santa. We had read it was going to be a little different this year, but we weren’t clear on it. So Gail checks us in and the tell us to get in line….the line wraps around and around and through all sorts of departments. Gail goes back and tells them no, we have an appointment. They tell her the appointment is to get in line….that’s it! The line we found out was going to be over 2 hours. We asked the kids….mainly Abby…if they wanted to wait or not. The 2 older said no, and Abby said she didn’t want to wait and would see him some other time…so they went and shopped around and I went outside to look at the window displays.
Oh my goodness, that is crazy - an appointment to get in a two hour line! Thank goodness no-one wanted to do that. I do think you were brave heading into Macy's on Black Friday. I'd expect it to be crazy!