Madame Tussauds Highlights
Madame Tussauds London is one of the world's most popular attractions, with good reason. You get full access to hyper-realistic waxwork versions of all your favourite celebrities, with no pesky ropes or glass display cases getting in the way of your hugs or selfies! Visit to see ultra-famous faces from the worlds of film, sport, music, politics, TV and history in perfectly sculpted waxy glory. With over 400 lifelike waxworks in residence at Madame Tussauds London, you'll be endlessly amazed by realistic details on your visit. You can get right up close to the waxworks, and even touch them. Madame Tussauds is also home to a number of immersive experiences, including the Marvel Superheroes 4D movie, and the Spirit of London ride.Afficher plus d'informations Masquer les informations
From Albert Einstein to Zoella, everyone worth seeing makes an appearance at Madame Tussauds London. Make a royal appointment to see the Queen, moonwalk with Michael Jackson, square up to Donald Trump and strike a lightning bolt with Usain himself. There are over 400 superstars in residence at Madame Tussauds London, from the worlds of Bollywood, fashion, YouTube, politics, sports, music, film, TV, art, literature, the British monarchy, and more.
A visit to Madame Tussauds London includes a variety of other fun experiences. You'll get to see a spectacular 4D Marvel Superheroes movie and enjoy a theme-park-style taxi ride through London's history. There are special temporary exhibitions on films like Star Wars, and exclusive large sets displaying icons from the Royal Family, 10 Downing Street, the White House and more. Upgrade your ticket to enjoy the immersive Sherlock Holmes Experience or be thrilled in Alien: Escape.
Each waxwork on display has been crafted with the utmost attention to detail. Waxworks can take up to 6 months to create, and cost about $300,000. Countless measurements and photographs are taken, 2,400 lbs of wax is used, and up to 100,000 hairs are individually inserted on each head. Before Madame Tussauds opens in the morning, each waxwork is checked by two separate maintenance teams. Hair is washed, clothes are changed, and make-up is touched up regularly.
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, and London's is the original.