Madame Tussauds London a must for all tourists when visiting London.
Step behind the red rope, and glitz in the incredible museum filled with London history and more than 300 wax figures
Madame Tussauds London a must see for all tourists when visiting London. The Wax Museum is situated in Central London. Step behind the red rope, combine the thrill, and glitz in the incredible museum filled with London history and more than 300 wax figures that made the museum one of the most distinguished attractions found in the UK.
Madame Tussauds London new 2015 Star Wars attractions only part of the filled 14 thrilling, interactive zones – a must for any fan to see.
Experience some of the most breathtaking attractions with the Marvel Super Heroes 4D movies as they come to life. The museums known for their life-size wax models of famous celebrities and for the more daring there is the famous Chamber of Horrors.
Be stunned by Madame Tussauds London life-like wax figures while walking the red carpet and pose with some of Hollywood’s stars or alternatively enjoy the company of David Beckham. Introduce yourself to One Direction, and meet the Royal Family. Become the centre of attention on the stage with Beyoncé and Adele or relax in the traditional London cab while re-living London’s rich history.
Madame Tussauds London opening times are from 9.30am – 5.30pm daily and on weekend & School Holiday, they open at 8.30am and close at 7.00pm making sure that you have enough time to see the 14 interactive zones available. The museum’s wheelchair accessible and caters for young to old providing some great interactive tasks when entering the Big Brother diary room.
Visiting the Madame Tussauds London wax museum provides you with an affordable admission fee. Admission for adults is £29; however, they offer you with some great multi-attraction tickets as well. For a complete list of available admission fees, Click here!
Travelling To Madame Tussauds London Museum
Using the Hop on and Hop off Buses: one of the routes of Hop on Hop off buses has to stop right front of Madam Tussauds London. Therefore if you already have the ticket or planning to buy you need no further arrangement for your transport to the Wax Museum.
By Tube: Madame Tussauds London Wax Museum is a two minutes walk from Baker Street tube station. While Baker Street underground tube is on Jubilee, Hammersmith & City lines, Bakerloo, and Metropolitan, making for an easy journey from the Central London tube network.
By Train: Within 10 minutes walking distance from the museum is Marylebone Station, Euston, Paddington, Charing Cross, Waterloo, Victoria and St Pancras mainline stations are all within 5 stops on the underground.
By bus: The following bus number have the stop close to Madame Tussauds London.
810,709,701,578,552,411,402 and 14.
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