Madame Tussauds Museum, London
About Madame Tussauds Museum, London
Madame Tussauds Museum, London - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Marylebone Rd, London NW1 5LR, United Kingdom
Ticket Price: 39 GBP
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 09:30 am - 05:30 pm Details
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Madame Tussauds is a worldwide phenomenon now but the magic began in London. For those who haven’t heard of Madame Tussauds, it is a museum of beautiful life-like and life-sized wax figures of famous personalities from all over the world!
Moreover, new figures are added very often so there is always something new to see. It is a unique experience and the largest collection of its kind.
This place is perfect for families. Cameras are allowed so you can take pictures with these wax versions of your favorite celebrities. You can also have professional photographers take your pictures. Be sure to visit the “Chamber of Horrors” which also hosts a 5 minute show called “SCREAM”. Madame Tussauds Museum London tourist attraction added in 5 Day London Itinerary and London Itinerary 10 Days
Spend some time with the waxed figures of the most popular personalities in the world, when you’re in London. This particular museum is the largest in the world. One more reason to visit the museum. You can get easy access of the Madame Tussauds is by buying the Madame Tussauds Museum tickets from the ticket counter, itself. If you want to ditch, then book the Madame Tussauds Museum tickets, well in advance. You can also book the Madame Tussauds Museum tour and get a guided tour of the museum and cherish some magical moments with the celebrities.
Madame Tussauds Museum Information
- It is best to check the time on the day of the visit online and you can also avail discounts on booking in advance.
- Baby strollers are not allowed inside the museum in case you are travelling with an infant.
- Do not carry large bags to the museum as storage facilities are not available close by.
- Wheelchair access is available along with discounts. Booking needs to be done in advance for this.
- Parking space is available.
Madame Tussauds Museum Ticket Prices
- Adult(16+)- £39.00
For online prices and other offers, check out the official website.
How To reach Madame Tussauds Museum by Public Transport
- The nearest tube station is Baker Street.
- Marylebone Station: Closest train station
- Bus no 13, 18, 27, 30, 74, 82, 113, 139, 189, 205, 274 and 453.
Restaurants Near Madame Tussauds Museum
- Ask Italian
- Rare Steakhouse & Brasserie
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Not as many up to date figures as i would have expected... But, the ones which were on display, were all super life like & extremely detailed! easy to get photographs with your favourite ‘celebs’ ‘The Voice’ exhibit seemed popular! lots of people watching & waiting for their turn in the big red chairs. very overpriced to buy your printed pictures with Kong or Cara etc.... personally, i didn’t care for the political party leaders & sidestepped that part. although, a lot of people enjoyed the Trump display. (mainly to have a photo of themselves at the Oval desk, making fun of Trump, standing next to it) The incorrect opening/closing times were very confusing! these need updating asap! a phone number would be so helpful! booking tickets online is very simple but trying to contact Madame Tussaud’s by telephone was a nightmare! could not find a number at all! the 4D Marvel experience was our favourite part of the day! well worth visiting when in London
When I went to Madame Tussauds I really wasn't expecting much but I quite enjoyed myself and can recommend going on the Sherlock Holmes experience where actors recruit members of the public to help solve a case (for a £6 fee). They have an alien walk through which is built up more than it actually is but is still quite fun and worth going through. Get your picture with the royals and go on an adventure with the avengers. Overall the whole attraction is very enjoyable.
Loved it... Nice to be able to walk around and touch the wax works and have your photos taken with them... Bit limited on the amount of wax work figures though, was expecting to see more 'celebrities' than I did. The marvel experience inside is free and awesome and the London taxi roller-coaster type your is brill... Enjoyed my day here.
Very good for people who like to click snaps with wax statues of celebrity. Nice themed sections like Sherlock Holmes, Star Wars, 4D movie, London History ride. Be prepared to spend around 3 hours to cover it all. If you don't like any of these then this can be waste of time. If you haven't got tickets prebooked, be prepared to be in queue for around 1.5 to 2 hours on weekend. Good food options. Can be increased considering people from across the world. Friendly staff.
This is another must see in London when you come and visit. All of the sculptures are incredibly lifelike and some of them you may confuse with actual people that you think might be standing in your way! This tour takes you about two and a half hours and includes a short 3D video towards the end along with a small roller coaster like ride that takes you through the history of London. The only minor Downside I can say about this place is that it is a major tourist attraction which means very long lines at the entry. We stood in line for about an hour and that was with pre printed off tickets with our 2-for-1 deal. So if you are going to come (which I highly encourage that you do) make sure you get there just before or right as they open their doors!!
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