From Hollywood to Music, to History- the Museo de Cera de Madrid is home to the wax statues of the most famous personalities in the world. Whether you click a photo with the Joker, pose with Tom cruise, take a photo with the Pope, or fight crime with Superman- the museum promises to be fun for all ages.
The place also has a Simulator and a Terror Train that form the major attractions in the museum.
- Adults: 19 EURO
- Children (aged 4 to 12): Euros 12
- Senior Citizens (>60 years old): Euros 12
- Audio Guide Service: Euros 3
- Terror Train and the Museum’s other attractions: Free
- For group visit: Check the official website.
- Bank Holidays: 10:00am to 8:30pm without a break.
- The Museum Ticket Office closes half an hour earlier.
- By Metro/ Subway: Colon
- By Bus: Genova - Pza. de Colon
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car/Bike.
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0.08% of people who visit Madrid include Museo De Cera in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
95% of people start their Museo De Cera visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Museo De Cera
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Museo De Cera
Funny and nicely done. Nice scenery and variation. But smallish
There are some good and well done characters. The backgrounds for the wax people is very nice and interesting.
I really liked this place because it is one of its kind in Madrid. It may be expensive 21 euro per aduly which is why I would suggest them to make a family ticket or just lower the price a bit. It has a great location. There were so many figures but mostly from Spain's history which might not be exciting for people who don't have a historical interest. There are however numerous international characters like Tom cruise, Leonardo DiCaprio, Beyonce and many many more. The simulator was not so good I've been into better. There was also a movie about the history of Spain in 3D but unfortunately it was only in Spanish and no subtitles or anything in English which was hard for me to follow. But overall, I strongly recommend this place and it is worth a visit.
Nice place to spend like 2 hours but quality of work is not that high Take things lightly
Very desapointing and not profesional, organized badly