5 Things You Didn't Know About Madame Tussauds
- Madame Tussauds has 20 locations worldwide so you're never too far away for a visit. Locations include New York, Sidney, Singapore and London.
- Photography is not only permitted at Madame Tussauds but strongly encouraged in all of the museum's public areas. Bring your camera and go crazy.
- It takes approximately 90 minutes to complete a tour of Madame Tussauds, including a 4D theater experience that completely immerses you in the action.
- Service animals are always welcome. The facilities are fully handicap accessible and the staff is happy to assist those with special needs.
- At peak times, the wait to enter Madame Tussauds can take an hour. Posing for pictures with wax figures helps pass this time.
How to Redeem a Coupon Code at Madame Tussauds
To redeem a coupon code at Madame Tussauds, you must first select the specific location you wish to visit. After that, you will be presented with multiple ticket options, each representing a different package or activity. Choose from among them and then select a date and time for your visit when prompted. When all of this is in place, you will be taken to the checkout where you can pay for your order. On the top right side of the checkout window is a tab labeled "promotional code." Clicking this tab opens a window where you can enter your code and receive your discount. It is important that you remember this step, however, as the checkout process doesn't otherwise prompt you to enter a coupon code.
Madame Tussauds Review
No matter where your travels take you, a visit to Madame Tussauds is always in order if you find yourself near one of their 20 worldwide locations. While the Hollywood Wax Museum and The National Presidential Wax Museum both offer impressive displays, Madame Tussauds has carved out a name for itself as the most famous and perhaps most impressive wax museum in history.
The artists and sculptors at Madame Tussauds pride themselves on creating wax figures so realistic and life-like that they could pass for the real thing in most situations. Whether you want to pose with a famous pop icon or see your favorite Star Wars characters, you'll find replicas of them all at Madame Tussauds - and find yourself amazed at the details. You can also make a wax replica of your own hand to take with you as a souvenir of your visit.
A tour of this legendary museum takes only about an hour and a half, including a short 4D movie experience. When you watch a film in 4D you not only see true to life three dimensional images but are also completely immersed in the smells and sensations of a fantasy world. You'll even be entertained while you wait in line to enter the museum. While this takes only an hour even at the museum's busiest times, the wait is filled with wax figures you can pose with for photographs.
Speaking of photographs, be aware that Madame Tussauds encourages photography in all public areas of their buildings. Some people dream of a trip to the iconic wax museum and want you to remember every important detail of their trip. The museum encourages this and allows guests to take as many pictures as they like.
Madame Tussauds facilities are all completely wheelchair and handicap accessible and service dogs are always welcome. Wheelchairs are also available at the museum on a first come first served basis for those who aren't confined to a chair but need a break after a busy day of sightseeing. whatever needs you may have, the friendly staff are happy to help you in any way they can.
Walk-ins, too, are welcome but you can save a few dollars by purchasing your tickets in advance at the museum's website. Online tickets can be printed at home and brought with you to the museum on the day of your visit or you can request and present a confirmation number at the ticket window to enter the museum. Purchasing your tickets in advance reserves a spot for you on busy days like holidays and weekends, so consider ordering online well before the date your planning your visit.
If you live close to a museum, consider purchasing an annual pass so you can pop back to the museum as often as you like. Nearby school and groups can also make visits to Madame Tussauds a regular occurrence by contacting group sales. They can provide you with information on how to bring groups to the museum at a discounted rate. Discounts are also offered to those entering he museum later in the evening.
Madame Tussauds Social Media Links
Madame Tussauds on Facebook: Like your favorite Madame Tussauds' location on Facebook and see new figures and learn about special exhibits so you don't miss them. You'll get all the latest news conveniently delivered to your news feed.
Madame Tussauds on Twitter: If you're planning a visit to a Madame Tussauds, let Twitter tell you when to go based on upcoming special events and new exhibit reveals. You'll always know if a temporary exhibit will be coming soon so you can see it before it's gone and never miss a thing.
Madame Tussauds on Instagram: When you can't visit the museum in person, visit their Instagram page for pictures of the figurines and great selfies from recent museum visitors.
Madame Tussauds on Google+: This is the place to go for videos and information about the exciting things happening at your favorite Madame Tussauds. You can even take a peek at how some of the figures were made.
Madame Tussauds on YouTube: See how your favorite celebrity was created in wax or learn more about the people who make Madame Tussauds so special with a visit to the museum's YouTube channel. Here you can watch a piece of clay take on life as it is crafted into a recognizable person right before your eyes.
Madame Tussauds Contact Info
Merlin Entertainments Headquarters
3 Market Close
Poole, Dorset BH15 1NQ UK
Telephone Number: +44 12 0266 6900