by Rachel Oakley in New Events on Thursday 30 January 2014

We feel sorry for anyone who visited Louis Tussaud’s House of Wax in Norfolk. It’s more of a guess-who-that-famous-face isn’t rather than guessing who it is. For almost 60 years this hilarious English seaside attraction (yes, it did attract visitors!) has been famous for its wacky interpretations of celebrities.

But after a serious illness, the owners are closing up and have sold off all 150 wax figures, from a single buyer. Nothing is known about the anonymous buyer except that it’s a male from the Czech Republic. So, does this mean Prague is headed toward opening its very first worst waxworks center? This could be a thing, you never know.

Via Orange UK