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STARDOM awaits you! Step into the spotlight as you accept your exclusive invitation to Madame Tussauds London, the home of famous fun in the capital. Join your favourite celebs at the ULTIMATE A-list party, strut your stuff on the catwalk with Cara...more
At £35 a go, and kids nearly as much this is not worth the price.
Too many people are let in at once which means you are pushed, shoved and elbowed constantly. So many people taking photos which is what you want to do but...More
Went here with my boyfriend and had such a good time! It's so much more than just a museum of waxworks, it's an experience! I just love how its so interactive and you can get photos with so many celebrities and movie characters. The spirit...More
We visited madamme tussauds with 2 young children (2yr old and 5mnth old). Initially i thought the place would be a lot of more organised considering it is a place that attracts a lot of tourists. Firstly the fact that you are not allowed prams...More
So happy to have finally Visit the Place, wax models look very realistic. Guess you can say that you can visit them if you can’t meet the real person 😂 Very disappointed that Sylvester Stallone wasn’t there. But happy to see Michael Jackson and his...More
We got there mid afternoon and it was so crowded it was hard to take a pic. It was all good though it’s a huge venue. Just think they should Capp the people. Fun time there though need a few more celebs
I heard a lot about this place, but the reality is less than what i was expecting, i was bored after 10 minutes , ok i know it is just a museum for waxy models, but it is presented in a haphazard and disorganized way....More
I was a little reserved about going to this popular attraction but I am so pleased we went.
The wax works are so life like and interesting with a whole range from pop stars to politicians, GO early to miss the q's
As a born and bred Londoner, I have had the pleasure of visiting MT several times in my life. However, I now see this as a true 'tourist attraction' only. It is expensive (to me!) and whilst people may want to see 'current' icons in...More