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Second phase of Mother’s Wax Museum to be inaugurated after Puja

 Tarun Goswami |  2016-09-24 23:56:31.0  |  Kolkata

Second phase of Mother’s Wax Museum to be inaugurated after Puja

Subsequently she visited the museum. Over a period of time, the Wax Museum has become an important tourist destination. There will be a Hollywood section where the wax statues of great stars of recent past will be kept. The visitors will be able to go to the new arena after visiting the existing museum.

Taking selfies with friends and acquaintances in the backdrop of some importance person, scenes, statues of famous persons, historical monuments or buildings has become quite popular among the youth globally.

For them, the replica of a stage from where The Academy Award of Merit commonly known as Oscars is presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to the artists has been created. A famous architect firm has been entrusted with the job. The first Oscar awards were presented in 1929 in the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel and till 2015, 2,947 Oscars have been awarded.

There will be a zone where there will be statues of great personalities of Bengal in the 19th and 20th century. Then there will be a children’s section where there will be statues of Harry Potter, Mr Bean which are very popular among children.

There will be a zone for aliens like the characters created by famous film director Steven Spielberg in series of films like Close Encounters of the third kind or ET.

There will be a scary zone or screaming zone where a visitor can suddenly find a figure appearing beside them. There will be special light effects and the ambience will be artificially created for the zone. The visitor can also have a wax casting of their hands.

The Eco Park also known as Prakriti Tirtha which is bigger than Hyde Park in London in area and Mother’s Wax museum are two new tourist destinations. The new attractions in Eco Park will be Seven Wonders of the World and Japanese garden. The Eco Park has a footfall of over 52 lakh visitors.

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