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Haunted House on Hill Street and Wax Museum


category : Museums
Wax museum with 28 life-size, hand-carved figures with a personal narration of the Clemens family and characters. Then a trip through the Haunted House.


Admission: $4 for ages 12 and up, $2 for ages 6-11, ages 5 and under free.
Hours: Mar.-Nov.
Address: 215 Hill St.
Phone: 573-221-2220
Handicapped Accessible.

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