You will see intriguing exhibits such as Elvis in his renowned white sequined jumpsuit, Neil Armstrong in full astronaut gear – except for his helmet – Steve McQueen, Howard Hughes and Salvador Dali.
An entire floor is devoted to the life of Jesus, from the nativity right up to the crucifixion. Although the figures may not look just as they would have appeared in the Holy Land, the images are still lifelike and compelling.
One of the museum’s most noteworthy features is the Chamber of Horrors with its gruesome vampires, Draculas, monsters, ghosts and other ghoulish creatures – definitely not for the faint-hearted! A gift shop and appealing ice cream parlour complete the Wax Museum experience.
Laclede’s Landing is one of St. Louis’ popular leisure destinations. The Landing consists of several blocks featuring cobblestone roads as well as antique cast iron and brick warehouses which date from 1850 to 1900. Today these vintage buildings have been converted to restaurants, shops and bars.
Laclede’s Landing offers many attractions for the visitor, including a variety of shows, exploring the scenic riverfront or enjoying a horse-drawn carriage ride through the environs. The painstakingly maintained carriages and handsome horses provided by local specialists are a great way to explore the locality, and can be specially booked for private parties, weddings or country parades.
The Landing has acquired a firm reputation as a great place to enjoy drinks, dinner and fun. With that special someone, family or friends, the dining and nightlife at Laclede’s Landing will never disappoint. Irrespective of whether you desire a lively dance floor or a relaxing drink to end a stressful day at work, Laclede’s Landing is always a delightful place to visit.