Madame Tussauds Las Vegas
Since its inception in 1835, millions of people have visited the doors of Madame Tussauds throughout the world, and it remains just as popular today. Curiosity is one of the main reasons for this long-term success, although there are many others. The core of it all is a desire for knowledge and learning. Today’s visitors are taken on an unusual, emotionally-charged journey through the world of the powerful and famous.
Madame Tussauds in Las Vegas, Nevada is much more than a museum; it’s a journey that allows you to interact with its wax figures in a variety of settings, as well as participate in an immersive 4D theater experience with Marvel superheroes. There’s also a bar based on the film The Hangover where you can get a drink.
Madame Tussaud, a 19th-century wax sculptor from Paris who made death masks of important victims of the French Revolution such as Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette, and Robespierre, was commissioned to create death masks of prominent figures in the revolution. She traveled around Great Britain in the mid-nineteenth century with wax replicas of well-known—and infamously notorious—people, establishing the Tussauds brand and sites all over the world.
It takes hundreds of hours to create each wax replica, which includes human-hair wigs, fiberglass eyes, and meticulously applied makeup. The Las Vegas museum contains a wide range of likenesses, including entertainers, athletes, comic book heroes, and of course Elvis.
Madame Tussauds Las Vegas is the world’s greatest wax museum, featuring the world’s most famous celebrities! The Hangover movie bar in this 30,000-square-foot Las Vegas Playground serves up The Tiger Blood cocktail before you save the world at the Marvel (R) superheroes 4D movie experience.
Have you ever fantasized about swimming in a sea of celebrities? Madame Tussauds Las Vegas is the Atlantic Ocean of A-listers, so your wish has been granted. There will be no need for towels here.
There are no actual celebrities to speak of, because this two-story attraction is (in our view) far superior than meeting the genuine stars. You may touch them, take an infinite number of selfies, and shoot; you can even chat their ears off if you like (which we frequently do).
What did you think of the latest season premiere? What about Tom Cruise, Julia Roberts, Angelina Jolie, George Clooney and Meryl Streep calling for your attention lately? The best part is that Madame Tussauds always adds or rotates people between their exhibits, ensuring that every visit has something fresh.
At the Marvel Super Heroes 4D Experience, you may have a blast playing games and interacting with robots while immersing yourself in a pool of poker chips, riding on Snoop Dogg’s 7-foot teeter-totter joint, or aiding the Avengers in saving the world.