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Madame Tussauds

Madame Tussauds offers its visitors the chance to get up close and personal with their heroes, be it movie stars, musicians, politicians or royalty. The wax museum was first opened by its namesake, Madame Marie Tussaud in 1835, and has become one of the most popular attractions in London. Its wax sculptors have put almost every famous person you can care to imagine out on display to the public, with millions of photographs taken each year capturing their stunning work.

London is the original location of Marie Tussaud’s waxworks but the company has since gone on to open a whole host of similar attractions in almost every continent in the world. The London Planetarium can also be found in the West wing, putting on a number of immersive shows related to astronomy and space.

Marylebone Road
Marylebone
London
NW1 5LR

Tel: 0871 894 3000
Opening Times: Open daily 9.30am-5.30pm (weekends until 6pm); half term and holidays times vary, see website.
Charges:
Family : £130.00
Adult : £35.00
Child : £30.00
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