Some of popular music history’s most inonic figures make their home right in Niagara Falls. Sure, it’s their wax figure counterparts, but getting up close to dozens of music legends at the Rock Legends Wax Museum is one of the most unique experiences the city has to offer.
The museum features over 60 wax figures, immortalizing R&B legends like James Brown and Stevie Wonder, shock-rockers such as Alice Cooper and Marilyn Manson and pretty much everyone else in between. All of its one-of-a-kind sculptures are hand-crafted by Niagara Falls-based artist Pasquale Ramunno.
At Rock Legends, music lovers can take a virtual journey through the days of early rock & roll, Motown’s heyday, the British Invasion period, the early 1970s, punk rock’s prime, the hair metal craze, grunge’s best days and the rise in popularity of alternative rock. It’s truly the next best thing to gathering all of the members of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame into a room.