Madame Tussauds

Things to do in London | Madame Tussauds

Ever wanted to see how sparkly Kate Middleton’s engagement ring is up close? Fancied giving David Beckham a peck on the cheek? Or wanted to tag model Cara Delevingne in a selfie with you on Instagram? Then head to Madame Tussauds for (almost) the real thing. Hug, kiss and pose with some of the most realistic looking wax works in the world and take part in loads of interactive activities with the wax-made stars from film, music, theatre and even royalty. There’s so much to see, you’ll feel like you’ve been transported to Hollywood.

Madame Tussauds

Madame Tussauds

Top tip

Save yourself some cash (and time in the queue) by buying your tickets to Madame Tussauds in advance, online. They’re a lot cheaper and there is a separate, faster queue for ticket holders. If you’re thinking of visiting later in the day, allow yourself at least 90 minutes to see all of your favourite waxwork celebrities and idols before the doors close for the day. 

Essential information

With a designated lift inside the building for wheelchair users, getting around the levels is easy. Booking ahead is recommended as there is only room for three wheelchairs at one time. There are toilets on every floor as well as one baby changing room for the little ones.

What to see
As the only waxwork museum in the world to get full celebrity endorsement, even the stars themselves can’t believe they’re actually seeing double. Home to over 300 wax figures of all everyone’s favourite stars and icons, you’ll see them dotted around 15 interactive zones. There’s also the theme park style ‘Spirit of London’ ride that takes you through the capital’s history in an iconic black cab as well as an immersive experience with one of the nation’s favourite detectives, Sherlock Holmes. So get your magnifying glasses at the ready!

Eating and drinking

If you’re on a family day out, nothing beats a meal you can all share. Head to Opso, a Greek restaurant with a twist serving lots of sharer plates such as souvlaki tacos, meatballs tartare and snails and chips (yes, snails!) For something a little more laid back, head to The Volunteer for breakfast, brunch, dinner and a tasty Sunday roast. Favourite dishes include beef pie with roasted vegetables and traditional fish and chips with mushy peas.  

Getting to Madame Tussauds

When you’re in a prime location opposite Regent’s Park, why wouldn’t you make a day of seeing the sights and attractions of London? With Baker Street just round the corner, you’re also incredibly close to London Zoo and trendy Camden Market. And if you need somewhere to rest during your sightseeing trip, book a room at our London Euston hotel nearby.

By bus
Easily picked up from Central London, the following buses stop at Madame Tussauds: 13, 18, 27, 30, 74, 82, 113, 139 and 189. 205, 274 and 453

By tube
A two minute walk from Baker Street underground station as is on the Bakerloo, Circle, Jubilee, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City lines - easy access from anywhere in Central London! Regent’s Park station isn’t far away either.

By train
Just a 10 minute stroll away is nearby rail station, Marylebone. You can also catch the underground from here too as it’s also on the Bakerloo line.