WeiMuKaiLa Wax Museum in Jinan, China | DXDF, Grand Orient Wax Figure

WeiMuKaiLa Wax Museum in Jinan, China | DXDF, Grand Orient Wax Figure

The wax museum covers an area of 3,800 square meters, with more than 100 wax figures, including familiar celebrities, famous scholars, scientists and other outstanding figures in various fields. It is also a red education base for the 100th anniversary of the founding of the CCP.


There are 16 themed exhibition areas in the museum, such as the Red Revolution Zone, Traditional Culture Zone, Shandong Characteristic Cultural Exhibition Zone, Strange Stories Forest Zone, Westward Journey Martial Arts Zone, DC & Marvel Zone, Kaleidoscope zone, Music Corridor, etc. Traveling through the past and present and reappearing the classics, both men, women and children can feast their eyes on it.


Music Corridor

In addition, the museum has also joined a diversified interactive area, including DIY zone of Luban, traditional kite making zone, Hanfu experience zone, Shandong characteristic food culture street, etc. Visitors can participate in hand-made and scene interaction. There are also 3 energy replenishment stations, including water bars and cafés, for tourists to rest and replenish energy.


Water bar at the side door


DIY zone of Luban

  WeiMuKaiLa wax museum of Jinan-Design drawing

Design for the lobby
Interactive point distribution map
Figure list for the museum
Design for the entrance-night

  Construction process 

   More view of museum inside


Zhongshan Grand Orient Wax Art Company is one of the earliest company engaged in wax figure art creation in China. The founder Zhou Xuerong has been engaged in the research and creation of wax figures for more than 20 years, and currently has her own brand of wax museum-"WeiMuKaiLa". 

Since its establishment, different themes have been opened in Guangzhou, Xiamen, Lijiang, Changsha, Dalian, Lhasa and Jinan. Through a variety of presentation methods such as imaging technology, artificial intelligence, innovative scene design, etc. The wax museum is created for the audience to visit, interact and experience together, so that the audience will be immersed and linger. 

In the future, WeiMuKaiLa will be stationed in more cities, bringing more wonderful sensory experiences to the audience, and marching towards "more than just a wax museum".

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