Madame Tussauds Wien, Vienna
About Madame Tussauds Wien, Vienna
Madame Tussauds Wien, Vienna - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Riesenradplatz, 1022 Wien, Austria
Ticket Price: 14 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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Madame Tussauds is today scattered in most of the cities of Europe and the world around. Vienna also boasts of owing this attraction which is infact the attraction of Prater. This museum hosts around 71 wax figures notable among which are those of Emperor Franz Joseph and his wife Sisi, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Falco, Maria Theresia and Gustav Klimt. Activities to look out here are: taking intelligence test against Albert Einstein, conducting "Blue Danube" waltz with Johann Strauss or try to beat football legend Hans Krankl in a penalty shoot-out. Do check out for this attraction for ultimate fun and entertainment.
Madame Tussauds Wien Ticket Prices
- Children(4-14yrs): € 11.55(online ticket)
- Express tickets: Adults - € 22.50, Children(4-14yrs) - € 18.50
- For more ticket prices, refer the website.
Madame Tussauds Wien Opening and Closing Hours
- Standard opening times: Daily: from 10 am - 6 pm (last entrance 5 pm)
- Bank Holiday - 1st May: 10 am - 8 pm (last entrance 7pm)
- Bank Holiday Weekend - Ascension Day: 10 am - 8 pm (last entrance 7pm)
How To reach Madame Tussauds Wien by Public Transport
- By Subway station: Messe-Prater
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We bought Combo Tickets online of Madame Tussauds and The Giant wheel Across for a good discount together online. The Experience to PDF tickets to real Was Seamless. The Statues are VERY WELL made but a Few. And As a Indian with so many Indian Statues in The London Madame Tussauds there are none to see here. All In all a Good Experience
This was the first wax museum that I have visited, and I loved it. It was a total fun being there, we were enjoyed by the beauty of Princess Sisi, you can debate the relativity theory with Albert Einstein, Freud will invite you on his couch to a psychoanalysis of your mind, you can stay in spotlight beside Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn will tell you to a cup of coffee how she won the first Oscar Prize and Queen Elisabeth the Second will gladly take a picture with you. If you have the occasion to visit Wien, I recommend it.
This place is included for free in Vienna Pass. Good experience to see how famous celebrities would most likely look like in person. The place is interactive and fun to take pictures with. However, we got disappointed when the ticketing receptionist told us that we were not allowed to take picture if we do not buy their brochure. And upon exiting, we were also asked if we took any photos while inside the museum. There are other Madame Tussauds across other countries in Europe, I wonder if they also treat clients the same way.
Nice place, clean, well maintained. Slightly smaller than the one in London, for ex, but still great fun. Pretty pricey. And my main complaint: I asked George Clooney how to pick up girls and he never answered. :)
Well maintained, humble staff, nice ambience. Statutes were very live. Loved clicking pictures. Being Indian I loved Mahatma Gandhi's statue. Place offers wax statues of many great personalities.
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