Thursday, 21 November 2013

Madame Tussauds

Madame Tussauds has proven to be one of the most popular London attractions since Marie Tussaud first came to live in Baker Street in 1835. Since then the famous waxworks museum moved to its present home in Marylebone Road and has been delighting visitors since it opened its doors to the first exhibition on 14th July 1884.

Spend a very special day meeting people that you have only ever seen on television or read about in newspapers and magazines, mingle with the famous and the infamous: movie stars, musicians, sporting greats, world leaders and the royals.

Yet Madame Tussauds is not just an array of famous figures both past and present; it has evolved to become much more than that. Along with the display of your favourite mighty Marvel superheroes, there is a breath-taking 4D film experience in which they have to save London from an evil super villain. You feel part of the action as it takes place all around you, while you actually feel everything from wind and water to earthquakes. An unforgettable treat for all the family.

Always renowned for its Chamber of Horrors, Madame Tussauds has gone one step further and introduced a new area called Scream. Here the inmates have taken over a maximum security prison and you find yourself right in the middle of it all this madness looking for a way out. A truly terrifying experience that is not recommended for the feint hearted.

Take to a London cab and go on a journey through London’s past in The Spirit of London and see the historical and cultural events that made the capital into one of the world’s great cities.

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