Madame Tussauds, London has been a family hangout for years precisely 200 years. Many famous historians, actors, politicians, A-list celebrities, and sporting legends waxes were created to perfection. Madame Tussauds had always been a place for those who want to meet their favourite icons well in waxes. The waxes are soo real to look at it is always hard to distinguish between the real person and the wax projection.
Madame Tussaud’s attraction’s history is a wealthy and captivating one, with ancestry dating back to the ancient Paris of 1770. It was here that Madame Tussaud learnt to model wax likenesses under the guidance of her teacher, Dr Philippe Curtius. At the age of 17, she became an art tutor to King Louis XVI’s sister at the Palace Of Versailles and then, during the French Revolution, was quickly forced to prove her allegiance to the feudalistic nobles by making the death masks of executed aristocrats. Madame Tussaud came to Britain in the early 19th century alongside a travelling exhibition of revolutionary relics and models of public heroes and scoundrels.
Madame Tussauds is busy 365 days a year. Tourists from all corners of the world visit Madame Tussauds every day with their family and friends. If you visit London, make sure you visit Madame Tussauds with your family and friends, as you will be amazed by exhibiting the real-looking waxes of your favourite actors, musicians, and politicians. You can also get a London pass from which you can get really good discounts on visiting Madame Tussauds and other key attractions at discounted prices.
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Experience the glittering world of fame at Madame Tussauds in London. See the life-like wax figure of Her Majesty the Queen, strike a pose with Beyonce cuddle up to One Direction and snap a selfie with Kim Kardashian. Book your Madam Tussauds, London Entry ticket with us.