Written on: 29/11/2013 by orangotango (2 reviews written)
To be honest I didn't find anything special. I've been to places like the eye, regular visitor to royal albert hall, variuos musicals etc and found those places to be more live. Don't get me wrong it's a nice place to visit once, and I would recommend everyone to go there, but I wouldn't go there again. It's a wax museum, what else you'd expect. I'd rather meet with those people in person :) There was some action at the end of the tour, but you have to see it yourself. (read more)
Written on: 18/10/2013 by janesmith1975 (35 reviews written)
I remember going to Madam Tussauds many years ago and it was great. Last year I went back and took my children with me. It was one of the best days out with have had in a long while. Although we had to queue, it wasn't for too long. The staff were quick to get us all moving and inside as soon as possible. Everyone was friendly and helpful and I had no complaints. The actual figures are fantastic and being able to get up close and take some pictures were the best part. All ages seemed... (read more)
Written on: 21/04/2009 by sufc27 (8 reviews written)
Madame Tussauds was a wonderful attraction the waxworks were fantastically presented in themed rooms such as A - List, Sports, Royalty, Hollywood, Music and Politics containing the likes of Jonny Depp and Bradgelina to David Beckham, Nelson Mandela and Mohammmed Ali.
You can make your way round the attraction at your own pace taking as many photos of the stars as you like! There were also other mini attractions within all included in the admission price but not compulsory. Scream, a scary... (read more)
Written on: 31/08/2006 by sunymuny (5 reviews written)
Madam Tussauds in London has a very nice entrance, and a warm welcome from a lot of press reporters, even though it was fake, but it's nice to feel that way. There are a lot of famous personalities. The best part about it was the Planetarium, and the 5 minute presentation of space was amazing! (read more)
Written on: 19/04/2006 by caz2084 (5 reviews written)
I went to London's Madam Tussauds in nov 2002 for my 18th birthday. It was very expensive for what it was. There were alot of very good models, sadly there were not enough of them. Some of them were very poor look alikes. The torture chamber was great but not at all suitable for young children. (read more)
Written on: 19/04/2006 by tomcroucher (12 reviews written)
Madame Tussauds (London) is one of the massive chains of Tussauds wax museums across the world. It can be found directly by Baker Street (London Underground station). It is easily visible, and the green 'Planetarium' dome is what you should look for! Entrance for Adults (including all the attractions) is £23.99, and children (also everything) are £19.99. Tussauds Pass owners get in for free. Madame Tussauds is always changing the exhibits, but I will review what I viewed when I visited. You... (read more)
Written on: 11/04/2005 by Bev Roberts (1 review written)
Found Madam Tussauds to be a big let down, yes the models are life like, but not enough of them, yes the chamber live is scary, but they are hardly serial killers as advertised. Overall I thought it was overpriced (over £20/adult) and over too soon. Won't be recommending it to anyone (read more)
Written on: 05/09/2002 by Paul.
We went to Madam Tussauds last year. Thoroughly recommended. If you stand in a place to get eye contact with the models it gives you a strange sensation.
Try standing very still. After a few minutes, people will come up close to you and say "Who is this one supposed to be ?" - unless you happen to be David Beckham :) (read more)
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