The exhibit occupies half a floor in Tussauds’ sprawling museum, taking visitors on a bone-chilling tour through Apple history.
Visitors can pose for photos with legendary Apple characters and interact with various themed displays.
Feeling brave? Enter The Puck and the Pendulum, where you’ll be chained to a rack as a swinging iMac hockey-puck mouse slices ever closer.
Antennagate Dungeon is a torture chamber with no apparent way out. Visitors must wander a maze of faulty antennas as an evil voice repeats, “Don’t hold it that way, don’t hold it that way…”
In Et Tu, Sculley, an unsuspecting Steve Jobs is stabbed in the back by a smiling CEO John Sculley, sending the company down a path of destruction, despair and bad design.
The iChamber of Horrors is now open in at Madame Tussauds Hollywood, and will be opening this summer in other Madame Tussauds locations, including New York, Paris, London and Shanghai.
Caution: The iChamber of Horrors contains frightening images (such as the Power Mac G4 Cube) that may be disturbing to young children. Parental discretion is advised.