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Madame Tussauds Sydney, Sydney

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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3.8/5 based on 1,100+ reviews on the web
Drop by the city's famous Madame Tussauds Sydney to see an all-star cast of the world's celebrities, sports heroes, rock legends, political leaders, and an array of Australia's most prominent personalities. Get up close to the displays, touch, and even hug the figures. Don't leave before photographing the family standing next to Nicole Kidman or Audrey Hepburn. Props are available for you to use for photos. A team of 20 artists crafts the wax figures on display with skill, artistry, and accuracy, putting in over 800 hours to complete just one figure. Plan your visit to Madame Tussauds Sydney and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Sydney trip builder.
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  • As a grandmother, this was a great school holiday activity for me to do with my two little grandsons. It is accessible, in a great area close to a wonderful park etc when the waxworks adventure is fin...  read more »
  • We enjoyed our visit to Madame Tussauds, there were people that interested us all, I particularly like the sports people and actors. It was interesting to know how they made the life like forms. I was...  read more »
  • While interesting for how they make these, it is a dated entertainment. Just an opportunity to pose for photos with famous people. A couple of hours on photoshop could give the same results at less ex...  read more »
  • Bought this as part of a ticket package to Sealife. Did not expect much but an hour of amusement. The details of the wax figures were fascinating and learning about the history of the celebrities and historic figures were interesting. Interesting enough if you are into pop culture but would not recommend buying a standalone ticket.
  • Lots to see at Madame Tussauds. Some of the wax figures are quite life like. Our 10 and 7 year old's really enjoyed it. You can make your own wax model of your hand. Add an extra 1 hour if you want to do this.
  • The figures themselves were ok but its 40$ to get in. I might be okay with that if it was a bit bigger, but it is really small there is not alot to look at. It took my just under 20min to see everything there was to see and I really did not rush at all. But the worst part is how they want to trick you into buying photos they made of you for another 50$ if you buy all of them or 15$ for a single one. They make you feel bad if you dont take them because all of the photos are already printed out and will just get thrown away if you don't buy them. So in conclusion its nice to see if you have too much money but otherwise its not worth it.
  • The wax figures are ok, realistic enough. It might appeal to young children but definitely not worth the $40 admission. Look around for Groupon deals as they could be significantly cheaper.
  • Not as big as the one in amesterdam but reeealy funny , they just guide you through the way to take hilarious pictures , and the cards they make for you are amazing , really a nice experience and fun for whole family Tip:try to book online, it's cheaper
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