Choose Between Two Options
- $49 for one ticket to a Hollywood tour with shuttle drop-off and admission to Madame Tussauds (up to $97 total value)
- $95 for two tickets to a Hollywood tour with shuttle drop-off and admission to Madame Tussauds (up to $194 total value)
Tour guests can choose from several themes, including music, Old Hollywood, or Haunted Hollywood. Your tour ticket will serve as your admission ticket to Madame Tussauds, so you may choose to be dropped off at the museum after your tour or return on another day. Click to see available tours and scheduling information.
Notably nimble hands earned Madame Tussaud the title of Versailles’ art tutor in the 1770s, beginning an illustrious sculpting career that brought her from Paris to London and won widespread acclaim. Though her first displays brought news stories and faraway leaders to waxy life, Madame Tussauds Hollywood’s exhibitions expanded to include the motley of political leaders, fictitious characters, celebrities, and shrugging pedestrians that the Hollywood location houses today. Each sculpture represents more than 800 hours of facial measuring, molding, and painting, which create uncanny likenesses of Samuel L. Jackson, Beyoncé, James Dean, Alfred Hitchcock, and Audrey Hepburn. As visitors stroll through the museum, they can pose with their favorite statue, snapping pictures alongside it or testing its rock, paper, scissors prowess.
As an actor, singer-songwriter, model, and Los Angeles native, Skye Delamey has spent her life immersed in the business of Hollywood. As the leader of Skye's Tours, she uses her inside —and a lot of research—to whisk visitors on historical journeys in her hot-pink-striped tour van. Each tour presents Hollywood through a different lens, be it glamorous or spooky or day or night. The route might wind past Rodeo Drive, the century-old Yamashiro Japanese Gardens, Jim Henson Studios, or the giant letters that weren't used up by the Hollywood sign. What you won't find on one of Skye's tours, however, are current celebrity homes—it's intrusive, explains Delamey, who keeps her tours free of mean-spirited gossip and bad vibes.