The Wax Museum at Fisherman's Wharf San Francisco CA 94133


Stand with the stars @The Wax Museum at Fisherman's Wharf

Thomas Fong opened the Wax Museum in 1963 with 150 life-sized figures in front of black curtains on the first floor and opened as the largest wax museum in North America.





Now the exhibits span four floors with over 200 figures in elaborately staged scenes, with costumes, props and lighting, carefully constructed to authenticate people at the peak of their fame. Many scenes were designed and sculpted by Thomas Fong's son Ronald, who co-directed the family business in partnership with his father from its inception.




For more info



145 Jefferson Street,

San Francisco, CA 94133

(800) 439-4305
1 Response
  1. Cityscape seems a good subject for murals. But many themes can of course be painted there, for decoration and as a break and escape from looking at cement. This painting by American painter Charles Sheeler, http://EN.WahooArt.com/A55A04/w.nsf/OPRA/BRUE-8DP5GS, would make a good mural as it is as a good painting. The image can be seen as wahooart.com who supplies canvas prints from original art.