Madame Tussauds - Dedicated Entrance
Filled with amazingly lifelike wax figures, London’s Madame Tussauds has been showcasing waxworks since 1884. Spend a few hours with the world’s most iconic figures!
Marie Tussaud created her first ever waxwork in 1777 of Voltaire and eventually found herself in Baker Street where she opened her first museum ‘Madam Tussaud’s.', and we have lost the apostrophe, but many great waxworks are still held within the museum. Guided private Madame Tussauds Tours Meet Royalty Movie Starts and Icons the home to some of the best waxworks in the world also including those of famous historical figures, politicians, musicians, and sportspeople.
Madame Tussauds day tours are fantastic and fun for every member of the family, you can have tea with the Queen, meet the Royal Family or take a picture with the Incredible Hulk or any of the 300 waxworks on exhibit. A highlight for most kids these London Tussauds waxworks tours are a perfect way to wander the day away strolling through the many exhibitions with plenty of time to take as many pictures as you wish.
After the Royal Wedding, 2018 Meghan Markle, The Duchess of Sussex, has a wax figure alongside her husband, Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex. You can kiss, hug and touch all the exhibits and they encourage everyone to have a fun time on any of the Madam Tussaud tours on offer in London.
On Madame Tussauds guided tours in London, you will come face-to-face with some of the world’s most famous faces and there are no ropes holding you back so being up close to your favourite waxwork is obligatory with new interactive screens and backdrops you can choose the one that suits you most. All the exhibits are regularly reviewed and updated as celebrities come in and out of prominence. Many celebrities know they finally made it if Madame Tussauds commissions a waxwork of you.