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MADAM TUSSAUD’S

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ImageIt is almost sacrilegious to visit London and not visit Madam Tusaauds museum. This truly iconic museum on Baker Street is- despite all cliches- an absolute must see! Set up in 1935 by wax sculptor Marie Tussaud, the museum is home to wax sculptures of some of the most famous people in the world. For those of you looking for  spine chilling adventure, the Chamber of Horrors is sure to thrill. The display at Madam Tussauds keeps changing and new sculptures are added on a regular basis.

The museum is open daily from 9:30am until 5:30pm. Last admission is at 5:30pm and gives you plenty of time to experience the attraction.
For more information you can check out more information on the museum at www.madametussauds.com.
 

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