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200 years ago, Madame Tussauds brought her collection of wax figures to the UK and it was an instant success. They showed people who were then in the news - Napoleon, Marie Antoinette and many more. Madame Tussauds appeal has continued and the number of figures has grown substantially to include many well-known people from stage, screen, royalty, politics and more. All the figures on display are incredibly lifelike and visitors are allowed to fully interact with them - there are no ropes or barriers present. With over 300 wax figures, the stars you will meet include HRH Queen Elizabeth II, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Benedict Cumberbatch, Colin Firth, One Direction, Johnny Depp, Michael Jackson, Britney Spears, David Cameron, Barack Obama, Charles Dickens, Pablo Picasso, and Gandhi.
Some areas of the attraction involve interactive shows, such as SCREAM; a horror maze with live actors where a prison is taken over by its inmates bent on revenge, a journey through London's history in an iconic black taxi cab, and a behind the scenes look at how Madame Tussauds figures are made.
Madame Tussauds is suitable for all ages, although young children may find the Chamber of Horrors upsetting. Guests can choose to bypass the Chamber of Horrors if they wish.
Madame Tussauds is located in Central London, on the Marylebone Road. The attraction is a two minute walk from Baker Street Underground station which is served by the Bakerloo, Circle, Jubilee, Metropolitan, Hammersmith and City lines. The nearest mainline rail station is Marylebone, while other central London stations can be reached via London Underground. Many major bus routes stop near Madame Tussauds. There is no car parking on site, but there are public car parks nearby. The Marylebone Road forms part of the A40, a major London arterial road.
**The images shown depict wax figures created and owned by Madame Tussauds**