Madame Tussauds Highlights

Rub shoulders with over 80 of the world's most famous faces at Madame Tussaud's Vienna. Located in the heart of Prater at Riesenradplatz, Madame Tussauds is home to super-realistic waxworks of musicians, A-list stars, sports legends, artists, politicians and figures from Vienna's history. With over 2,000 m² of interactive entertainment, Madame Tussauds is the place to be for seriously famous fun!
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Stargazing in Vienna

You'll be starstruck by our celebrity guests. Madame Tussauds Vienna features over 80 artists, musicians, actors, politicians and more. From Morgan Freeman to Angela Merkel, and Lady Gaga to Marie Antoinette, there's a waxwork icon to inspire and delight everyone.

Sculpture Stats

Each waxwork on display has been crafted with the utmost attention to detail. Waxworks can take up to 8000 hours to create, and cost about €200,000. More than 500 measurements and 200 photographs are taken, 2,400 lbs of wax is used, and up to 100,000 hairs are individually inserted on each head.

Selfie Sticks at the Ready

With no ropes or barriers holding you back from your favorite stars, Madame Tussauds is the perfect place for snapping the ultimate celebrity selfies.

Elegant Execution

Madame Marie Tussaud was imprisoned during the French Revolution, and came to prominence when she began to make death masks of guillotined aristocrats. In 1803, she journeyed to London and exhibited many of her waxworks in Baker Street. The attraction proved very popular, giving visitors the chance to see the faces behind the famous names they'd heard so much about. Although today's waxworks focus on a somewhat less macabre subject, the appeal of Madame Tussauds endures. There are now over 21 Madame Tussauds museums worldwide.