Marvel at lifelike wax figures of the world's most famous actors and actresses, athletes, entertainers, and politicians at Madame Tussauds London. This is the original site of the museum that's become a franchise in nine other cities around the globe. Wax sculptor Marie Tussaud established the museum in 1884, and today it houses over 300 figures. The figures on display change frequently to keep up with the times, but you can expect to find sculptures of famous people from both the past and present. After viewing the exhibits, sit for a 4-D movie on a 360-degree screen, and then enter the Scream! house of horrors. Purchase your tickets online before you visit to reduce both the price of admission and your wait to enter. Before you head to London, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly London road trip planner, to make sure you see all that London has to offer, including Madame Tussauds London.
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Madame Tussauds London reviews
You have to book online to visit this venue.. limited people allowed at one time. Temperature taken before you go in. Masks to be worn at all times. Lots of realistic wax works. Well worth a visit more »
A bunch of waxworks 4 about 30 squid disgusting no wonder covid has hits finances poor cafe too poor shop more »
Excellent museum with world celebrities and histories under the same roof. It a place that brings joy to both adults and kids. more »
Kids friendly environment. Staff members were very helpful. Statues were really good. Fun options for children. Don't miss the photo from the entrance. Very interesting and lots of themed areas. Some of the waxworks are a bit lacking but most are very realistic. They have wheelchair access for the different levels. Lots of photo ops with some more interactive stuff.
THE Madame Tussauds is absolutely worth everything that you might have heard about it. Not overrated at all, if you are a first time visitor. RECOMMENDED: Do not miss out the following sections - Musical legends, History of UK and Avengers amongst all. The entrance is lined up like a ballroom of sorts with a host of celebrity wax statues. As you go deeper into the building, there are various sections. The Avengers section is a special highlight along with a 3D movie in the section. The official store also boasts of some amazing collectibles.
Madame Tussauds is world famous tourist attraction however if you are not a fan of wax statues or identifying who is who then you can totally skip it. And definitely don't visit during weekends as the it gets overcrowded. Kids will enjoy as they have a 4D Marvel Avengers show and other such attractions.
Loved this place. It was far better than we imagined. We did get in free with Merlin passes though so not sure how I'd feel about paying the £100 family entry fee?? Seems a bit steep but it is really fun and interesting.
If you’re good for Long queue to see this entertaining wax museum, then please do so visit this place when you’re in London. You will see a lot of familiar faces from politics, athletes, celebrities and performers around the world. It should take you about 2hrs or more depending on how soon or long you want to check everything. We came here and really got a long queue since it’s Saturday in spite of the condition of weather outside. If I’m not mistaken you’ll pay about £65 only for this attraction and less with 1 more attraction to choose. We didn’t book online when we came here, so I suggest you book online and schedule when you want to visit this place along with other attraction perhaps lesser people. For me overall I’m happy as a kid. Worth to visit. I think you can bring your own food while on queue or else they have vending machine for some snacks. And buy meals inside the museum with some souvenirs.
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