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Madame Tussauds Standard (Advance)

Madame Tussaud`s
Marylebone Road

Follow the signs when you leave the underground station. It`s less than a 5 minute walk to Madame Tussauds.

Baker Street station is 1 minute walk (128 metres)

Attraction notes

Age restrictions: Children are aged between 3-15 years.Under 3 years old are FREEChildren under 16 years old need to be accompanied by an adult (18+)

Booking from: 31 May 2021

Booking until: 31 Dec 2022

Opening hours: Open every day from 10am to 4pm, early opening every weekend from 9am.Extended opening hours during some weekends until 5pm and during school holidays from 9am until 6pm.

Pick up point: In order to gain entry you must present an e-ticket. E-tickets are valid for the time and date stated. Go to Door 2 at your booked timeslot with your e-ticket.

Important info: All tickets now include Star WarsPlease note: The Sherlock Holmes, Marvel 4D and Alien Experience is NOT Included in the entry priceSafety informationPlease do not travel to the attraction should you start to display symptoms or feel unwellThe attraction is now cashless, so please be ready to make any onsite purchase using a contactless payment cardAll guests aged 11+ must wear a suitable face covering or face mask Non-contact temperature checks will be a condition of entryTo help you keep a safe distance from others, social distancing measures will be outlined within the attractionEnhanced cleaning will take place throughout the dayHygiene stations and hand sanitiser will be available throughout the attractionSome facilities maybe closed to assist with social distancingDisabled accessThe majority of facilities and entertainment are designed to be fully accessible to disabled guests. However one area, a themed ride known as the ‘SPIRIT OF LONDON RIDE’ which opened in 1993 is a continuously moving ride requiring the ability to walk unaided for up to 40 steps on a gradient of between 30 and 50 degrees. Therefore a guest is unable to meet these criteria unfortunately the ride will not be accessible due to health & safety considerations.Trained staff will ensure that guests with disabilities are transported safely from floor to floor within the building by means of a lift. For safety reasons only three wheelchair users can be accepted in the building at any one time and it is strongly advised that you reserve a wheelchair space in advance.This can be reserved via the Customer Contact centre who will book a specific time slot.One Carer/helper is welcome without charge as long a documentary proof of disability is provided.

Madame Tussauds Standard (Advance)

The attraction
The world famous Madame Tussauds has changed a lot in its 200 year history and is now the premier site for stunningly accurate recreations of the famous and infamous. Whilst retaining many of its historical figures there is also a greater emphasis on celebrities and popular contemporary figures. Visitors can explore waxworks of a range of entertainers from the world of film, music and sport as well as the British monarchy, famous world leaders and of course the legendary chamber of horrors with its grizzly cast of original death masks which date back to the French Revolution.

With each portrait taking up to six months to create and costing tens of thousands of pounds, you could easily mistake the figures for real people. So if you fancy taking a selfie with Beyonce or just getting up close to Albert Einstein, Madame Tussauds is an attraction not to be missed. With its overwhelming popularity booking a priority entrance ticket can save a lot of time queuing up and allow more time to explore the many different exhibitions.

History of Madame Tussauds
The founder, Marie Tussaud, learnt her trade from her mother's employer and created her first sculpture of the famous philosopher Francois Voltaire at the age of 16, during the French revolution Marie was imprisoned and created death masks of the executed nobles.

After travelling to England, a permanent exhibition was set up as the Baker Street Bazaar in 1835 and then moved to its current location in 1884. In its 200 year history Madame Tussauds has welcomed over 200 million visitors and now has locations in many major cities.

Interesting facts
All of the figures regularly have their hair washed and dried and make up retouched.

All of the figures are created 2 percent larger than the original to allow for the wax to shrink.

One of the few people to refuse a portrait at Madame Tussauds was Mother Theresa.

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Madame Tussauds Standard (Advance)

Madame Tussaud`s
Marylebone Road

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Baker Street station is 1 minute walk (128 metres)

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