Take the time to visit the Guiness World Record Museum. The museum has a variety of interesting exhibits. As you can see by the 5th photo, the museum sometimes has to change the display to keep up to date. The museum is open from 10 AM to midnight. Admission is $12.95 for adults; $6.95 for kids 6 to 12; and kids under 6 are free.
This place came with a double ticket(Wax museum and world of records).Earlier this building was the first cinema in this area.Again nothing spectacular but some interesting infos.I took it as fun and some things/Infos have been stunning.
Once a silent movie theater that had opened its doors in 1913, it had 750 seats with patrons paying only 10 cents. The building was retro fit in 1930's with a art deco facade with one of the country's first neon marquees. Then 1970's it was used as movie house to play second runs of blockbusters like Star Wars and Blade Runner. By the 1980s and so many were abandoned and decaying. I remember the seedy Hollywood in the 80's. Happily, the Hollywood Wax Museum partner Raubi Sundher modeled it to create the Guinness World Records Museum and retained the original marquee. The building is a National Register Landmark.
1)Most Tattooed Woman 2010 Julia Gnuse 95% of Body Including Face (400 Tattoos)
2)Shortest Woman Pauline Musters Born 1876 in Ossendrecht, Holland. She was 24 Inches Tall
3)Amazing Human Galary filled with many facts and records
4)Cyd Chariss $10,000,000 Legs
5) Most Biograhphied Female Star Marilyn Monroe 1926-1962 (36 Books and 2 Movies so far)
Open 365 Days a Year from 10 am to Midnight
This is the place for those who love to learn about the biggest, smallest, best, worst that is in the weird world we live in.
Check on line for the VIP Pass that offers this attraction at a reduced price.
To Be Continued...