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by Joy S
Manchester, England, United Kingdom
May 15, 2013
From journal Family Friendly London
England, England, United Kingdom
January 28, 2013
Lancashire, England, United Kingdom
August 3, 2012
From journal My trips to London!
by Trina Lagios
Kineta, Attica, Greece
August 21, 2010
Manama, Capital, Bahrain
July 12, 2010
May 2, 2010
February 26, 2007
From journal Madame Tussauds
July 26, 2006
This place is so much fun and always a pleasure to visit. You start off in the main forum, where you get to mingle with many super stars, including Brad Pitt, Madonna, Hugh Grant, and many more. As you walk through this spacious museum, you will get a chance to get a nice little scare through the chamber of horror. But don't worry, after the chamber of horror, you are given a relaxing ride on a cute trolley that takes you through a brief history of England. End your experience by mingling with historical super stars like Neil Armstrong and Galileo and watch a nice little education film about space.
Overall, this is a really fun and exciting place to visit!
From journal A Trip to London
June 29, 2006
The Wax Museum itself is laid out pretty well. There are several floors with a number of rooms that separate the wax figures in categories. The first room we entered was for movie and music stars. There were other rooms as well, such as sports figures and famous historical men and women.
There are two areas in the wax museum where you can sit and eat. One of them is about half way through the exhibit, and then another one near the exit. They both offer basic sandwiches, drinks, salads, and other deli selections.
If you don't already have tickets for the museum, I'll warn you that the lines are pretty long. We got there about an hour after it opened, and the ticket line was almost an hour long. Since this is a pretty major sight, I would recommend getting tickets before hand or online.
Although this is not the only wax museum in the world, it is probably the most famous. There are other Madame Tussaud museums around the world in other major cities such as Hong Kong, New York City, Amsterdam, and Las Vegas.
In any case, it is a good museum to check out and spend about 2 to 3 hours at, including a quick show in the Planetarium.
From journal London--The Heart of the Empire
May 1, 2006
From journal London - Enjoyable Activities