$11 for One Ticket to Madame Tussauds Interactive Wax Attraction (Up to $22.26 Value)

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3,727 Ratings

It's small but I totally enjoyed yhe experience, you can toich and take pictures with alls the figures, also the organizarion for topic like presidents, singers, character of tv shows, athlete is really good.
Laura R. · November 28, 2017
Great experience, my children loved it!
Danielle R. · November 26, 2017
The museum was so much fun and the staff was so accommadating in taking pictures and waiting for people to pose withe the figures!
Elsie Luisa W. · June 26, 2017

What You'll Get


A wax museum is a superb place to confront celebrity enemies without enduring the threat of being reverse-paparazzi'd or recruited to Scientology. Safely encounter well-known nemeses with today's Groupon: for $11, you get one ticket to Madame Tussauds, the world-renowned interactive wax-figure museum (up to a $22.26 value).

For more than 200 years, Madame Tussaud and her museums have delighted the masses with impressively detailed and meticulously maintained wax renditions of celebrities, musicians, political figures, and sports stars. Wax worshippers can treat their peepers to the museum's groundbreaking Presidents Gallery, featuring lifelike representations of every man ever elected to be America's version of the king of Canada. Studio artists labored intensely on each commander in chief's likeness, poring over hundreds of paintings, photographs, and videos; many likenesses took three to six months to complete and as a result display exquisite detail, impressing history buffs, educators, and wax governors looking for campaign advice. To commemorate the release of the latest installment of the Pirates of the Caribbean film franchise, studio artists transformed the museum's Johnny Depp statue into Captain Jack Sparrow, accessorizing the character with every last braid, ring, and swipe of ocean-proof eyeliner.

Madame Tussaud began crafting wax facsimiles at the tender age of 17 under the tutelage of a skilled wax sculptor. During the French Revolution, Tussaud pledged her allegiance to the nobility by making beautifully detailed death masks of executed aristocrats. When her sculptor employer died, Madame Tussaud inherited his vast collection of wax figures and eventually opened a museum. Today, the Madame Tussauds wax-figure experience is fully interactive—the wax figures can be hugged, high-fived, and noogied—so bring a camera and document dance-offs with Beyonce or staring contests with George Clooney.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires Sep 30, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 6 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Madame Tussauds DC


Madame Tussauds Washington, DC, which has been displaying waxworks of music stars, historical figures, film legends, and sporting greats for the past decade.

The wax attraction features all 45 U.S. presidents, from Washington through Trump, alongside Founding Fathers and historic icons who helped shape the nation. In fact, it's home to a Civil Rights Room that lets guests meet the waxy renditions of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Rosa Parks.

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