Hollywood Wax Museum - Hollywood

Our History

What began as a family business has blossomed into a world famous entertainment company, Kuvera Attractions. Entrepreneur Spoony Singh built the Hollywood Wax Museum with the vision of bringing people close to their favorite stars. More than 40 years later, the Hollywood Boulevard attraction is the longest running wax museum in the nation and has expanded into other cities across the United States. Looking for fun things to do in Los Angeles? Come see the stars!

Learn more from partner Tej Sundher, grandson of Wax Museum founder Spoony Singh.

Timeline

1960s

Spoony Singh opened the Hollywood Wax Museum on February 6, 1965, and the line to get in was 1/2 mile long. The former saw mill operator and amusement park creator from Canada built the Museum's fame by befriending celebrities, gossip columnists, members of the foreign press association and fans.

1970s

Among other accolades, the Hollywood Wax Museum is recognized with a civic scroll for its efforts to restore "glamour and gaiety" to the movie and television capitol. The scroll was presented by the Los Angeles City Council with special guest, Actress Rosanna Arquette.

1980s

Spoony's son, Raubi Sundher, saves the oldest standing movie theater in Hollywood from demolition. The Hollywood Theater, built in 1913, now houses the Guiness World Records Museum.

1990s

Kuvera Attractions opens the Hollywood Wax Museum - Branson and creates "Mt. Hollywood", which becomes the most photographed landmark in the area.

Today

The Grand Opening of the fully-interactive and largest Hollywood Wax Museum in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. benefits the Boys & Girls Club of the Smoky Mountains. The first "Waxy Awards" are presented to recognize individuals, companies and organizations that contribute to the success of our company, our industry, and our world.

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