London underground station Baker Street with Jubilee, Bakerloo, Metropolitan, Circle, Hammersmith & City Line, Zone 1
Daily open from 10:00 till 15:00 o'clock, Saturday and Sunday open from 9:00 until 16:00 o'clock. These times may vary a bit. (Link with current hours below)
The queue time is usually less than 15 minutes with a standard online ticket - more details. The visit duration is about 90 minutes - more details. The best time for your visit is normally right in the morning or after 14:00 o'clock - more details. More info and tips for your visit are available in the following section.
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What is the usual queue time for Madame Tussauds London?
Most of the time you will not have to wait more than 15 minutes at the entrance. The precondition for this is an online standard ticket with a time slot. Of course, there may be longer queue times on weekends and days with a high number of visitors. If you definitely want to avoid long waiting times, you can buy a Fast Track Ticket. The surcharge is about 35% compared to a standard ticket.
How long does a visit take at Madame Tussauds?
In any case you should schedule at least 90 minutes for the duration of your visit. So you will have sufficient time for all the highlights in the wax museum. If you are more the leisurely type, then the visit can last easily 2 hours.
What is the best time for your visit at Madame Tussauds?
There is almost always a large number of visitors at this popular attraction. However, if you start your visit early in the morning or from 14:00 o'clock and with a bit of luck you should be able to avoid the biggest rush. So you will not have to wait too long for a picture with your stars. Even if you start your visit in the last time slot, you are usually allowed to stay at least 90 minutes with the artworks of wax.
Madame Tussauds in London is the origin of the world famous wax museum with numerous branches all over the world. Long queue lines in front of the entrances and crowds in some areas inside are unfortunately the result of the popularity. You can find out more about this in the following sections:
Which attractions are close to Madame Tussauds London?
The Regent's Park is located just a 5-minute walk away from Madame Tussauds. There you have the chance to admire the beauties of nature. Queen Mary's Garden is a highly recommended area in Regent's Park. Here you will find up to 12,000 rose bushes in London's largest rose garden. Under the following link you will find further information and opening times.
Is it only worth seeing for selfie fans?
If you have never been at Madame Tussauds before and you are among those who occasionally like to impress your friends and family with a photo, then you will certainly get infected by the selfie fever which dominates the atmosphere there. Due to the wide range of different stars and personalities, which are presented there as wax figures, almost everybody will find some of his idols.
The answer is relatively easy for all who already have visited a Madame Tussauds branch. The parent house in London definitely offers an increase! This affects the amount of presented wax figures as well as the number of visitors.
The rush is one of the largest negative points. If you have a problem with that you should carefully consider your intention to visit. Most of the others will leave the wax museum with a frozen smile and full memory card.
What can you see beside wax figures?
In addition to more than 150 wax figures there is the Spirit of London Ride. This ride takes you through beautifully crafted scenes with themes from the history of London and lasts around 5 minutes. In the Marvel Hall of Heroes, you'll meet many well-known stars from the Marvel Universe in a great setting with lots of requisites. Besides Spider Man, Iron Man and Captain America a giant Hulk towers over several floors and all of them are waiting patiently on a selfie invasion. The Star Wars exhibition shows many well known stars from the film series like the Master Yoda and the hairy Chewbacca. 11 different scenes are available for your fight for a Star Wars Selfie. (as of May 2023)
What should you keep in mind when buying the tickets?
You should definitely buy the Madame Tussauds tickets online and some days in advance. Thereby you get the cheaper online price and you do not need to queue at the ticket office. If you purchase directly online, you will receive the tickets in an -E-Ticket or Print@Home- variant. You can either print out the tickets or simply show them on your mobile phone when you enter.
The ticket prices (online from around £ 36) can vary a little depending on the season and the selected time slot. As you have to choose the exact time at your online order, you should book some days in advance to get the best arrival time. If you are to late some time slots may already be sold out.
Be sure to select the correct entrance when you arrive on-site. At every entrance you will find a plate with a note. Read the information for that at the homepage.
Often, you will find cheap and more flexible offers at different ticket shops. An overview of the various offers is available at Tickets Overview.
Links with opening times and information:
Opening Times Calendar
Info for the entrances
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