Madam Tussauds


What to see:

Madame Tussauds is probably the most famous London attraction. You will get to meet famous people including singers, actors, sportsmen, leaders, monarchy and many more. Although they are all made of wax, Madame Tussauds guarantees a surreal experience as the resemblance is sometimes too realistic. If you’re not interested in celebrities, then you should give this museum a miss as you are promised to come across over 300 wax figures once you enter.

How to get there:

Address: Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LR

Nearest underground station:

Baker Street station (Bakerloo, Circle, Jubilee, Metropolitan, Hammersmith and City line)

Visit Madame Tussauds ‘how to get there’ page here for more suggestions

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What are the opening hours:

Opening hours vary according to season but usually the museum opens at 9am and last admission is at around 5.30pm. For exact opening hours check the museums page here.

It is advisable to buy a ticket in advance online to avoid long queues (which are very common for this museum)

How much is the admission fee

From £22.50 if you book online plus various discounts are available

From £30.00 if you buy ticket at the venue

How to save more

You could also get a combination ticket, which includes the entry to the London Eye, the London Aquarium as well as Madame Tussauds. This combination ticket is valid for 30 days and you save up to 30%. The combination ticket price starts at £48.50 if booked online in comparison to £69.99 when buying tickets on entry. You can book your combination tickets by visiting Madame Tussauds official site.

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