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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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  • very good great that we go with nice and organized family ... worth seeing once
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  • Was totally crowded and I could make any pictures because someone always in the way. What a pity. Was a waste of money.
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  • Went today mad busy sharpen your elbows and just get in there think of yourself and get your pictures taken if you just stand there you will get pushed aside we British are far to polite lol pictures ...  read more »
  • Fantastic exhibits - some are so lifelike it is worrying (but some less so). Look out for Lady Gaga and Albert Einstein! Prepare yourself for long queues but it's worth it. It's a great opportunity to have your hot taken with your favourite stars. Not so great for really small children but by 8yr old loved it. Overpriced gift shop, as ever, is best avoided at the end.
  • Worst queuing experience I have ever had. 2.5hrs just to buy our ticket. Chaotic and unclear queuing system also meant time wasted waiting in wrong line. Wax figures are good but getting a photo with them proves a challenge as everyone wants the same thing all at once. I highly recommend you pre buy your ticket online to avoid wasting half the day like we did.
  • A great attraction. But I got bored of it. Been to it 6 times with family coming over from abroad. Very realistic wax celebrities. And some fun activities too.
  • It's fun when you manage to get inside. Not 35£ fun mind you... The queing system is pretty unclear and chaotic. The staff isn't very polite (although considering how many people they see every day it's no wonder). My recommendationis to book in advance and read the fine print (in case you have to print out yourbooking). Also before waiting in any queue, ASK the people who work there if it's the correct line
  • Good place to visit with family. Although I was disappointed with some of the Indian celebrities' statues. They could have done it much better. The 4D theatre in the end was cool. Plan your visit during the morning hours as it's too crowded in the later hours.
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