History

1965

Hollywood Wax Museum

Hollywood, CA

The original Hollywood Wax Museum was opened by Spoony Singh on February 6, 1965 and maintains its position today as the longest-running wax museum in the United States.

1979

Thousand Oaks Public Storage

Newbury Park, CA

Self storage was a relatively new and burgeoning business when Spoony Singh opened Thousand Oaks Public Storage in a remote area of Ventura County. He built 1,100 units from the ground up, using high quality steel and concrete to safeguard customer belongings and distinguish the property from the commonly-seen chicken wire and plywood storage buildings of the day.

1991

Guinness World Records Museum

Hollywood, CA

Spoony's son, Raubi Sundher, saved a historic building from demolition by turning it into the Guinness World Records Museum.

1994

Fortress Records Management

Newbury Park, CA

Kuvera Storage was on the leading edge of offering full‑service records management to businesses, well before Iron Mountain consolidated the industry. Raubi and Jay Sundher constructed the tallest building in the Conejo Valley and amassed 70,000 boxes of records from businesses clients within a 30-mile radius. The partners sold Fortress at a profit to Access Information Management in December of 2006.

1996

Hollywood Wax Museum

Branson, MO

Raubi Sundher took the Hollywood Wax Museum to the mid‑west and built a local landmark in Branson.

2002

Hollywood Storage Center

Thousand Oaks, CA

Kuvera Storage became an industry leader in branding self storage and focusing on the customer experience. The company built 550 units and leased up in a record 18 months. Hollywood Storage has since been expanded, making it one of the nationís largest independent storage facilities.

2002

Hollywood & Wine

Thousand Oaks, CA

Kuvera Storage built a climate and humidity-controlled wine storage facility to accommodate consumers with personal collections and retailers/restaurants lacking cost-effective space for inventory.

The Vault

Thousand Oaks, CA

Seeing the dearth of available safe deposit boxes at banks in the area and no climate-controlled vault storage for valuables, Kuvera Storage created The Vault. This facility is protected with high security surveillance, biometric entry mechanism, individual alarms, and double locks requiring both the customer and our staff to use their keys for access.

2007

Hollywood Wax Museum

Gatlinburg, TN

The newest Hollywood Wax Museum was created by Spoony's grandson, Tej Sundher, who designed the show for visitor interaction. This prototype style was successful and became the model for future renovations and development of the brand. In 2010, Kuvera chose not to renew its short-term lease on the property to make way for a larger Hollywood Wax Museum and entertainment complex in Tennessee that is currently under development.

2008

Starring You

Hollywood, CA

Anyone can be a star, and Starring You lets them bring home photos to prove it. Kuvera Attractions innovated this Hollywood Boulevard photo opportunity and operates two locations on the Walk of Fame. By licensing the rights to use the Walk of Fame and its iconic star, Kuvera supports the campaign to keep the legendary pavement in pristine condition.

2009

Hollywood Wax Museum Branson Renovation & Photo Opp

Branson, MO

A complete exterior and interior renovation was completed in June.

Hannah's Mirror Maze

Branson, MO

Guests have been enjoying the mystery and magic of mirrors since Kuvera Attractions opened Hannah's Maze of Mirrors in July.

2009

Castle of Chaos

Branson, MO

In September, Kuvera Attractions opened the first 5D haunted ride in the world.

2010

Shoot for the Stars

Branson, MO

Kuvera Attractions designed and built this original Hollywood-themed 18-hole mini-golf course next to its Hollywood Entertainment Center. The attraction combines the instantly-recognizable landmarks of Hollywood and Los Angeles with an engaging storyline that lets guests rise from anonymity to Hollywood stardom.

Guinness Lobby Renovation

Hollywood, CA

Kuvera Attractions redesigned the lobby to attract attention and draw visitors inside with light, sound, and movement, while leveraging the unique power and credibility of the Guinness brand. The lobby is designed to inspire wonder and awe, with interactive components that each play a role in engaging potential customers and whetting their appetites to take the Guinness Challenge.