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Madame Tussauds London, London
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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. Plan to visit Madame Tussauds London during your London vacation using our convenient London travel itinerary maker.
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  • Was better than expected and took about 2 hours to go around. A little more "attractions" in the visit than what I expected. Went in at 15 and short queue. Buy ticket online before!
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  • you get what you saw online it's good but the interraction with the public are really limited and could get some improvement. 
  • Visit full of surprises damage that certain activities are not translated into french can book tickets over the internet, which allows to save time and to directly access the entry without queue. No need to print the ticket, the Visual on the phone just Metro: exit Baker street, arrived just in front of the Museum
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  • I am a wheelchair user visiting from Australia and I recently visited Madame Tussauds. I really enjoyed it and I'm glad that we decided to book in for first thing in the morning as it allowed us to beat most of the crowds. It was great that staff were available to escort us around the building, but given that they knew well in advance that I was coming and would require the lift, management should have been more careful to arrange lift maintenance outside of a time that it would be needed for a disabled visitor with no alternative access between floors. I would love to visit again and would definitely recommend it as a "must see" on any visit to London.
  • It is smart to book tickets online before coming. There is a lot of people. But not to crowded inside. It was fun and they had a lot of celebrities, new and old, in the wax cabinet. The Sherlock Holmes experience was a little disappointing. Could have done more out of it.
  • It's rightly one of the best tourist attractions of London. Feeling low and wanna get motivated by seeing your idols or just want to show off how great you are amongst your friends by clicking photos with celeb, it's a good place to be in. A plus point here for staff which was very friendly and accommodating even though we were the last guests after a busy day. Don't miss the supercool 4D movie and star wars collection!
  • Loved the Star Wars section which is well worth checking out. Gets very busy but as long as your patient it's well worth a visit. There are quite a few steps if your not that sure on your feet.
  • No other place like this exists. Been here twice and for an old building its Greta to. Well I have to mention that this place is not disabled friendly. No more than 3 wheelchairs cannot be allowed inside at once which I think should be improved by having a few more emergency exits. A second very talented people have made this place world famous, they can easily improve the surroundings.