Warm Springs, Georgia: Follow the Leaders Wax MuseumNear FDR's Little White House, there are exhibits of wax figures of Presidents and other historical figures (formerly part of the the Cave City Wax Museum collection).
- 5645 Spring St., Warm Springs, GA
- Downtown. From US Hwy 27 (BP station) continue east at the stoplight onto Hwy 41/Broad St. Turn right at the first stop sign onto Spring St. You'll see a church on the left and the Meriwether motel on the right. The museum is just past the motel, on the right, in the white house with the Rolls Royce on its front porch.
- F-Su 10-6 (Call to verify)
- Adults $7.
- RA Rates:
- Worth a Detour
Follow The Leaders Wax Museum: Custom wax dummies are too expensive, and too appealing as an attraction, to be thrown away. When a wax museum closes, the figures are bound to end up somewhere else. [09/15/2012] Complete Story...
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I was happy to stop by and see the wax figures at their new home. They look very nice, like they have had a bath since Cave City. The Einstein head, autographed by the man himself, is displayed so you can see the autograph (In Cave City they failed to even mention how significant the piece was).
The man who gave the tour was very nice and knowledgeable and very excited about the new museum. He said that they were outbid on Abraham Lincoln, but when they took the handkerchief off an outlaw figure, there was a repurposed Lincoln hiding underneath! He also said that the museum is expanding and acquiring more figures from other closed museums.[Jacob Krejci, 03/27/2013]
Cave City was the former home of Einstein, outlaw Lincoln, and the other wax dummies at the now-closed Mammoth Cave Wax Museum.