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Madame Tussauds Hollywood, Los Angeles

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If you're having trouble meeting real celebrities in Los Angeles, simply stop by Madame Tussauds Hollywood to have your picture taken with replicas of some of the world's biggest stars. This wax museum is the ninth location for the franchise, based in London, and is right next to the famous Chinese Theater. You can sit down with Audrey Hepburn, hang out with Beyoncé and Michael Jackson, or even catch up with Steven Spielberg. The museum features athletes, such as David Beckham and Tiger Woods, and television hosts, such as Conan O'Brien. You'll even find your favorite movie characters, from Shrek to Wolverine. To visit Madame Tussauds Hollywood on your holiday in Los Angeles, and find out what else Los Angeles has to offer, use our Los Angeles itinerary maker.
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  • We had a blast at Madame Tussauds! There are three levels that you can walk through with very realistic wax models of famous celebrities from singers to actors and directors to sports stars. We went i...  more »
  • On a recent visit to Los Angeles, doing the Hollywood walk of Fame and visiting Madame Tussauds was a given. Our group of 5 had a great deal of fun posing with the wax models of so many well known fil...  more »
  • We got our tickets as complementary through a Warner Tour and a discount book from a hotel lobby. They do offer 50% off or buy one get one onsite. All kinds of celebrity photo opportunities. Loads of ...  more »
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  • I HAD SO MUCH FUN. You need at least an hour & 1/2 to enjoy all three floors of the museum. Tickets at original price are like $32 ... I think but if you find a place that sells tickets for cheaper you might be lucky & get them at 1/2 off. They also have an awesome show at the end of the museum with live effects, had my family laughing & it was so much fun.
  • It is pretty neat to see how real looking the wax figure are. You also get a nice view from the upstairs windows. Give yourself at least 1.5 hours to enjoy it. If you are doing a lot of sightseeing, consider the go card.
  • Fun experience! You get to hug the wax duplicate and make funny poses. The only reason its not a 5 star was because the photo line to pick up the photos taken of you before took FOREVER! Mainly because a family was holding up the line. Wish they had two people working so that the line didnt get backed up.
  • This is an interesting place. Had an awesome time posing with the artists and minutely captured these wax replicas and is worth observing. Ticket price is a bit high but worth spending and would love to bring our family next time.
  • Was a great place took my mother for her birthday she and all of us loved it. But one question... Are we the only ones to hear the erily loud creepy screams whilst going up the first elevator?? Is there a horror section of this museum? Aha we were just shocked a sec when we heard it from the elevator 😂😂, but all in all great place and time. 95% of the time the figures are too real looking.