Natural Bridge, the geologic wonder that captivated early America, is heading toward a revival as a Virginia state park. That will likely bring more hiking and biking to the famous 215-foot tall formation. But that means that some of the more unique sideshows, like the wax museum, are being pushed aside.
On a recent visit, tourist Todd Artz from Pennsylvania emerged from the Museum calling it a 3-D history book.
“It was excellent. It tells the history of everything down here. And because I just found it’s losing the lease here, it should stay here.”