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Family Fun Day; Madame Tussauds

January 18, 2017

Established in 1884 Madame Tussauds is a must-see attraction right in the heart of London. Set inside a world of glitz and glamour, this museum allows you to rub shoulders with some of the world’s most famous faces. With around 300 wax work figures now on display, the impressive collection ranges from heart-throbs Brad Pitt and Benedict Cumberbatch to Hollywood Greats Marilyn Monroe and Charlie Chapman.  It’s not often you can say that one attraction has something for everyone but Madame. T really does!

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Your tweens will go crazy for selfies with Beiber and 1Direction. There’s a whole host of Royal Family members to pose next to; including William and Kate. For literature buffs there’s Charles Dickens and even an Albert Einstein figure (great way to get the kids interested in Science!). New wax works are being created all the time so that the collection is fresh and current with lots of new talent on show. Be sure to check out the famous Olympians on your way round, Jessica Ennis is very lifelike.

Hot on the heels of the band's announcement of a concert of their 'Where We Are' international stadium tour, Madame Tussauds London have restyled the phenomenally popiular wax figures of pop sensation, One direction, with a new look for the summer to reflect the outfits worn by the group on tour.

Hot on the heels of the band’s announcement of a concert of their ‘Where We Are’ international stadium tour, Madame Tussauds London have restyled the phenomenally popular wax figures of pop sensation, One direction, with a new look for the summer to reflect the outfits worn by the group on tour.

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Other highlights include a classic ET (of course riding his iconic bike), legendary Robin Williams (who is incredibility lifelike) and enough Star Wars characters to satisfy even the most die-hard fan.  If Kanye’s your thing he’s at the ready for a photo along with selfie-queen Kim K if you can face the long ques.

Madame Tussauds London today opened the doors to a new YouTube themed area, as wax figures of two of its biggest ‘vlog stars’, Zoe Sugg and Alfie Deyes, moved into the world famous attraction.

Madame Tussauds London today opened the doors to a new YouTube themed area, as wax figures of two of its biggest ‘vlog stars’, Zoe Sugg and Alfie Deyes, moved into the world famous attraction.

International superstars and celebrity power couple, Victoria and David Beckham, were today honoured with new wax figures at the world famous Madame Tussauds London ahead of their 15th wedding anniversary on 4th July.

Spirit of London Ride

Journey through London’s history from the comfort of an iconic black cab. Discover historical and cultural events that shaped this city. Revisit the Tudors, witness streets riddled with the plague and relive the Great Fire of London. Whizz through Churchill’s war stricken Britain. Then experience the dazzling lights of the 60’s before disembarking your black taxi in the 80’s.

 

Madame Tussauds London today revealed its newest figure, Katniss Everdeen, protagonist of the worldwide phenomenon The Hunger Games franchise, in its own immersive backdrop. Following the release of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1, Madame Tussauds has also launched wax likenesses of Katniss, portrayed by Academy Award® winner Jennifer Lawrence, at its New York and Hollywood attractions. London’s figure portrays Katniss’ in her hunting outfit, which she wears in the second installment of the franchise, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Teamed with her iconic brown leather hunting jacket, are dark charcoal trousers, knee-length tie-up leather brown boots, plus brown leather quiver (arrow bag) and trademark bow. Her hair is also styled in her iconic braid.

 

Monday March 21, 2016. The Star Wars at Madame Tussauds London experience welcomed a new character to its epic ranks today when BB-8, set in a Jakku desert scene, was unveiled to fans at a preview. The new attraction opens on Friday March 25.

The verdict; Madame Tussauds is perfect for a family day out, a first visit to London or a children’s party.  Located in Baker Street, Central London, it is an all-singing, all-dancing waxworks experience. Not only are some of the models so lifelike they look as if they’re going to move any second; there’s also a whole host of interactive attractions to help continue the fun.  About 2/2.5 hours should be ample time to allow for your visit. Just remember the museum is jam packed with photo-opportunities so whatever you do- don’t forget your camera!

Book your family fun day out now at https://www.madametussauds.com/london/en/

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