you will see lots of instrumental from all over the world. It also has about 110 life size wax statues. These wax statues and music instruments have been places in different settings of bands and stages
Image by SH
This is our third destination on our one day trip to Mysore, India on 15 November 2018.
Melody World Wax Museum is located at 1, Vihara Marga, Kurubara Halli, Siddhartha Layout, Mysuru, Karnataka 570011, India. It opens at 9.30am and close at 7.00pm. We paid Rs. 50 for each person.
Here are the history based on what explained in Trip Advisor. Melody Wax Museum is the result of unwavering hard work of an IT professional named Shreeji Bhaskaran. Bangalore based, Shreeji Bhaskaran conceptualised and developed this museum which was started in the month of October 2010. This museum is maintained and managed by sophisticated computer technology, which is applied by Shreeji Bhaskaran and his spouse Reena. This incredible work of wax was created in the honour of musicians across the globe. Mysore wax museum is not the only work of Mr. Shreeji Bhaskaran. Wax World at Ooty and wax museum in Goa are few of his other creations.
So, in this museum, you will see lots of instrumental from all over the world. It also has about 110 life size wax statues. These wax statues and music instruments have been places in different settings of bands and stages.
Here are some of the pictures we got :
(Sorry, pictures are not that good. I just captured them and didn't check the result :D)
This museum belongs to private not the government and seeing from the ownership of this museum is really good and complete because the government does not help in terms of funding or anything.
Right beside this melody world wax museum, you can see there is Horror World also. But as I don't really much of horror fans, so I didn't try that. But I took picture with the ghost sculpture which is standing in front of the museum.. :D
am I scary enough? wkwkwk