Visit icons of yesteryears and today at the Potter's Wax Museum in historic St. Augustine, FL. Situated on Orange Street, get up close and personal with Albert Einstein, Princess Diana, Ponce de Leon, and more. This is the oldest wax museum in the U.S., established in 1947, with over 160 wax figures ranging from Hollywood celebrities to political figures and more.
Potter’s Wax Museum is at 31 Orange St., St. Augustine, FL 32084. Situated near several historical sites, such as the Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse, Old Spanish Trail Zero Milestone, Old City Gates, and more.
Potter's Wax Museum-St. Augustine was founded and created by George Potter in 1948.
Yes, it is a historical St. Augustine attraction. It is the oldest wax museum in the U.S.
It is a self-paced and self-guided tour, but guests typically spend approximately 60 to 90 minutes touring the museum.
Yes, absolutely! Wax Museum (St. Augustine) is enjoyable for kids and adults alike. Children ages three and under tour the museum for free.
The museum features over 160 wax figures of world-famous non-fictional and fictional personalities, including Harry Potter, Captain Jack Sparrow, Elvis Presley, Michael Jordan, and more.
The museum does not have a parking lot. However, you'll find several nearby pay-to-park spaces, including Historic Downtown Parking Facility, VIC Parking Garage, Tolomato Metered And Permit Parking, and more.
Yes, the museum is wheelchair and stroller accessible.