Madame Tussaud

Madame Tussauds is the most famous wax museum in the world. It opened its first museum in London in 1835.


It was named after Marie Tussaud, a famous wax sculptor from France. The second Madame Tussauds venue opened in New York City, New York, in 1916. The third Madame Tussauds museum opened in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in 1995.  There are now others around the world.


Madame Tussaud

We went to the one in London. Baker street exit. It is located near famous landmarks such as the London Eye and Houses of Parliament. The museum has over 170 years of history, which began with a collection of wax portraits from its founder Madame Tussaud. The museum also includes life-size wax models from some of the world’s most iconic figures such as Winston Churchill, Queen Elizabeth II and Barack Obama.

Madame Tussaud

It is quite the sight to see the lifelike images of famous and infamous people. You can pose with some of them. You’ll be amazed by lifelike wax figures of your favorite celebrities and historical figures.


As for Madame Tussaud:

In 1842, she made a self-portrait, which is now on display at the entrance of her museum. She died in her sleep in London on 16 April 1850.[13]

 Madame Tussaud









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