Louis Tussaud's Waxworks (Blackpool) Reviews
Description:87/89 Central Promenade / Blackpool / England / Tel: 01253 625953 / louistussaudswaxworks.co.uk / / With over 150 ... more
Louis Tussaud's Waxworks (Blackpool) ... waxwork figures of stage, screen and television, sporting greats, rock and pop stars, historical figures and royalty packed into five floors, the world famous Louis Tussaudís is open daily throughout the season from Easter until the end of October. A visit to the Chamber of Horrors with its blood-curdling exhibits is definitely not for the faint-hearted! Don't forget to take your camera.
Newest Review: ... Simon Cowell and Louis Walsh and you can sit on the panel with them. There is also the Celebrity Juice set with Keith Lemon, Jonathan Ross and Graham Norton. This was a nice little area, all were very well spaced out and well lit, some are better than others but you could tell who they were. Next you visit the "Lifestyle" section which features Gok Wan, Jamie Oliver and Alan ... more
Customer Louis Tussaud's Waxworks (Blackpool) Reviews (6)
by - written on 09/09/13 (Very useful, 44 readings)
Please note that this attraction is now Madam Tussauds and is owned by the Merlin Group Background The wax works in Blackpool used to be Louis Tussauds who was related to the famous Madam Tussauds however his creations were well known for now looking like the famous people it was meant to! The attraction itself opened in 1929 opposite the central pier however it closed in 2010 and was reopened in 2011 by the Merlin group after the Blackpool Council passed ownership to them. It is now part of the Merlin group and the Tussauds attractions are world wide featuring in around 18 locations world wide such as New York, London and Bangkok. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/03/12 (Very useful, 192 readings)
*please note that Louis Tussauds is now Madame Tussauds* Madame Tussauds originated over 250 years ago. Tussauds specialise in wax works and the main focus is celebrities. There are several Tussauds museums across the world but the UK is home to Tussauds in London and Blackpool. *~Madame Tussauds, Blackpool~* 89 Promenade, Blackpool, FY1 5AA 0871 282 9200 www.madametussauds.com/Blackpool Formally known as Louis Tussauds, this wax works museum is located on the promenade and right in the heart of Blackpool. Madame Tussauds is situated within a huge building with celebrity pictures on the front - it cannot be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/08/10 (Very useful, 159 readings)
On Blackpool's promenade opposite the central pier stands one of the oldest attractions in Blackpool namely Louis Tussauds waxworks Louis Tussaud was the great-grandson of madame Marie Tussaud. He created a waxwork museum (similar to that of Madame Tussaud's) in Blackpool. Recently Louis Tussauds, Blackpool, was bought out by Blackpool Council. The attraction will close its door's in November as it passes to the management of the Merlin Entertainment Group, and will re-open as Madame Tussaud's in March 2011. Ticket prices at the moment (August 2010) are: TICKET PRICE ON THE DOOR Adult £10.95 Senior £9.95 Child £8.95 (Age 4 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/02/10, updated on 15/02/10 (Very useful, 82 readings)
Louis tussauds blackpool We visited louis Tussauds in blackpool in july last year, it was a very wet and miserable day so Loius Tussauds was a welcome relief from the wet weather as its all based inside. Its situated on the main prom near all the major tourist attractions. we visited the tower a few days before and were given a voucher to use in Louis Tussauds that gave us 50% off admission. You can also visit the offical website which offers discount tickets if you book in advance I think its about £7 for an adult, it redirects you to ticket master for the booking. You can also pay on the door for around £10.95 per adult and they also ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/07/09 (Useful, 399 readings)
I'd just like to start by saying that I am a big fan of Blackpool. I go on holiday there once or twice a year & have done for nearly a decade. I have been in all the attractions at one time or another. So although I am going to be critical of this attraction, it isn't because I have a downer on Blackpool. This attraction is pretty much as advertised. A wax works, on five floors. Each dedicated to different aspects of fame. With sections dedicated to famous historical figures, sportsmen, musicians & actors you will get to see a lot of famous faces. You are allowed to take pictures. You can pose with some of the wax works & the basement chamber of ... Read the complete review
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