Audition in front of Simon Cowell or stand toe-to-toe with Muhammad Ali as you explore the open showroom filled with uncanny celebrity wax portraits from the worlds of show business, sports, politics, and everywhere in between. Crowd-pleasers include the characters from The Hangover, Lady Gaga, Tom Jones, Hugh Hefner, and Abe Lincoln. An interactive segment lets you play golf with Tiger Woods, shoot baskets with Shaquille O'Neill, play celebrity poker with Ben Affleck,
dance with Britney Spears, or marry George Clooney. Discount tickets are available online.
Oct 17, 2012
I have been living my entire life in the States and I have never been at any Madame Tussauds Museum. I don’t like that kind of stuff, but when you are in Las Vegas with two best girlfriends, who wanted desperately to go, you cannot avoid it. To be honest it did not impress me at all. I mean, it has good stuff, I had a good time there, the figures look very similar to the originals, I guess, but more than that there is nothing. I went ahead and
bought my entrance ticket online (Super Price) but my colleagues waited until last minute and paid much more than me. By the way I only paid 25 dollars. For that price, and according to what I read online, I can come back again for free. I will not going, anyway. The big pro of the visit was how easy the parking was. It was so smooth that I thought I was in other dimension, really, in other planet. The price of the parking was not cheap but still was payable. My favorite part of the museum of famous wax people was the Lady Gaga statue. That was awesome.
Sep 23, 2007
This was one of the most fun activities. The wax figures were so neat. The interactive activities ie. put on bunny ears and pose with hef, sing a real song like American Idol and put on a wedding dress and pose with Clooney. Don't forget the haunted room..I was suprisingly scared and did not expect such a fright and real people dressed in horror characters...I even fell! Worth the price and very memorable.