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July 1, 2008
From journal Elvis Got Married in Vegas. Why Shouldn't I?
GOLDSBORO, North Carolina
February 1, 2006
The museum was awesome. It was cool how they had sculpted these famous people out of clay. They looked so real. We took pictures and you couldn't even tell they were clay.
From journal 5-Day Getaway
by kj Indy
November 20, 2005
From journal Rookies in Vegas
November 15, 2005
Talk about real looking. My first trip into this museum, I honestly thought one of these wax figures were going to move or pop out at me. I thought that somewhere in this museum they were going to pull a trick on the customers. Luckily, they didn't for my sake.
These "wax people" are made to the same height as the real celebrities. These figures had so many intricate details on them, they are really quite astonishing. The museum showed some of the behind-the-scenes work that went into making these celebrities and the items they used in order to make them look so lifelike. The neatest part about this museum is that you can touch these wax celebrities and get your picture taken with them. In Vegas not many places that you pay to get into will let you take pictures, so this option was nice. I brought back vacation pictures with Brad Pitt and me standing next to each other, and I was surprised at how many people in my office were fooled.
I would definitely go back again, as they switch out the people out quite often and put different wax figures in. You can also visit their website to find out what the celebrity lineup is. See http://www.venetian.com/attractions/madame_tussauds.cfm.
From journal City of Flashing Lights
February 7, 2005
From journal Girls trip to Vegas
June 9, 2004
From journal Vivacious Vegas
December 6, 2003
From journal Grasse Las Vegas Vacation
October 26, 2003
From journal las vegas wedding
Raleigh, North Carolina
July 11, 2003
Open daily from about 10am until 10pm, Madame Tussaud’s displays approximately one hundred wax replicas of actors, musicians, politicians and other popular figures. The accuracy of the replicas may very well astound you. Some are so realistic, you expect the figure to start talking to you.
The best part about visiting Madame Tussaud’s – no ropes, no barriers of any kind. You can stand right next to your favorite figures, take your picture with them, even give them a hug if you’re so compelled.
In the Las Vegas attraction, figures are grouped into approximately 5 different rooms. You can wind through each of these in a little over an hour.
The Madame Tussaud’s experience can be a bit pricy at $19.95 a ticket, so check out destinationcoupons.com for some valuable savings.
More information: http://www.madame-tussauds.com/site/lasvegas/home.htm
From journal A First Timers' Guide to Las Vegas