Book your visit today. Visitors can experience a celeb-filled wax museum including Leonardo DiCaprio, Mark Zuckerberg or President Obama
About This Deal
- Wheelchair accessible
- Strollers are permitted
- Service animals are permitted
- Free entry for children aged 2 and younger
Need To Know
About Madame Tussauds
Madame Tussaud began crafting wax likenesses in 1770s Paris, and a sense of history clings to her wax museums around the globe today—according to the Travel Channel’s Ghost Adventurers, the museums are haunted by unsettled spirits.
But by day, the collection of wax sculptures ranges from Lady Gaga and Whoopi Goldberg to daredevil Evel Knievel, complete with his original Harley-Davidson and good-luck teddy bear. A Hugh Hefner figure, wearing the Playboy magnate’s signature smoking jacket, reclines on a bed, and a nightclub-themed section of the museum includes Elvis and Wayne Newton.
Velvet ropes no longer cordon off figures from the public. Instead, guests can experience glitter and fame by minging with their favorite stars on the red carpet, striking a pose for the paparazzi, getting on stage with pop stars, or challenging legendary athletes in faux competition.