Madame Tussauds Reviews
Description:The famous house of wax celebrities and more - one of London's most famous attractions.
Newest Review: ... haha!!) and thinking 'oh my god!! Hope no one saw me...they're not even real!! Haha'!). One thing which I did love about Madame Tussauds was part where you had to get in a taxi - this was just like a cart which looked like a black cab (a bit like a fairground ride carriage) - you had to hop on and off (it moved on a conveyor belt) as it was moving. You had to be quite fast doing this. The ... more
Customer Madame Tussauds Reviews (50)
by - written on 13/04/12 (Very useful, 222 readings)
I spent the Easter weekend in London; I had never been to London before and so I was very excited about seeing all of the famous tourist attractions. One of the attractions we went to see was Madame Tussauds. First of all, as I had previously been to Louis Tussauds in Blackpool, I wasn't that fussed about Madame Tussauds, as my views are, once you've seen it once, you've seen it all. However, as there were 6 members in a group, we decided to go with the majority who did want to see the wax models. For those of you who don't know, Madame Tussauds is a very famous museum consisting of wax models of famous people. Madame Tussauds is locate on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/03/12 (Useful, 95 readings)
A trip to Madame Tussauds was part of my visit to London for my birthday this year, and after hearing various stories in the media and from others, I was excited to visit. Madame Tussauds for those who are not aware, is the world famous waxwork museum, combining diverse history with the relentless glamour, intrigue and infamy of 21st century celebrity. Although located across the world, the one which I was lucky enough to visit is the one located on Baker Street, London. Ticket prices vary, and although I am aware you can get offers online and with certain supermarkets, if you pay on the day you are looking around £30 for an adult ticket and £25.80 for a childs ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/11/11 (Very useful, 248 readings)
***MADAME TUSSAUDS*** I'm pretty sure most people will have heard of Madame Tussads which is based in London, how-ever they also have other exhibitions across Europe and in other countries as well. They have a range of various wax models based on famour stars such as David Beckham, Royalty, Film character, Singers such as Lady Gaga and Britney Spears and more. These model's are created to look exactly like the stars they are based on and a lot of time and effort goes into the making of these wax models. If you go to their website you can find lots of information about how Madame Tussauds first started and how they made the Wax models and put every single, little ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/06/11 (Somewhat useful, 116 readings)
Madame Tussauds is a people-packed attraction. There are hundreds of people there and in each room about 150. There are long ques for just one photograph of one celebrity, it is very hot in there especially in the summer. If you don't like waiting in ques and getting scorched there like a egg, this is not your type of place. There are alot of tourists there that come here just for photographs and talk up a lot of space. If you don't have a Merlin Annual Pass then it's useless even going there, i would rather go to chessington or if your a adult Warwick Castle. You have to wait there just to get in there in the boiling sun there is no ... Read the complete review
by jamie oliver - written on 25/02/11
I went to Madame Tussauds yesterday with my kids and my niece.We really liked the lady who gave us the whole celeb interview treatment and the cameraman who made a video of our interview.It was fun and we liked it.The only thing I didnt like was queing up for my VIP tickets.We shouldnt have to que up if we paid in advance and paid extra.The new 4D movie should use real people in a proper movie settting to make it more realistic and all guests should get a free"I went to Madame Tussauds " certificate.If not then the kids at least should leave with a momento as this would be a keep sake.
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