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Madame Tussauds In Hong Kong is a piece of the famous chain of Wax Museums established by Marie Tussaud (born Marie Grosholtz) in France. Madame Tussauds, Hong Kong, which opened in the year 2000 is the first Tussauds museum to be established in Asia. Shanghai and Bangkok are the other two Asian destinations to boast of a Madame Tussauds museum. The Museum in Hong Kong went through a renovation exercise in 2005 with the objective of providing visitors with more interactive and theme-based entertainment. The Museum, more significant by an additional space of 7,500 Sq. Ft. reopened in 2006 with the inclusion of a more extensive array of attractions. Many of the theme-zones have been made immersive with special effects technologies creating an out-of-the-world experience for the visitors. Situated at the Peak Tower in Hong Kong Island, Madame Tussauds museum is one of the hottest attractions in Hong Kong.
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This Gallery is a tribute to the renowned Japanese Artist, Yayoyi Kusmai. This gallery lets you explore the enigmatic artist’s inner universe.
At the Fashion Zone, you see the incredible wax figures of the most admired personalities like Johnny Depp, Robert Pattinson, Z. Tao and such other top artists. At this studio, you can pose and act like a superstar! Live the life of a supermodel at the Fashion Zone.
The magic of Cinema enchants the visitors at the World Premiere Zone. The replicas of celebrated movie stars of Hollywood and Asian Movie industry, from yesteryears to contemporary, don this zone. It is a must-visit zone for the cinema lovers. You come face to face with the likes of Amitabh Bachchan, Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe and Leon Lai at the World Premiere Zone.
How to Get Tickets?
Tickets for admission to the Museum can be bought at the venue or discounted tickets with special offers, including the peak tram return ticket can be purchased online. Look for special combo packages and special prices for groups, children (below 11 years) and senior citizens.
How To Get Around?
Madame Tussauds Museum is located at the Peak in Hong Kong Island. By MiniBus, You can take a minibus from Central to the Peak. The frequency of a minibus is every ten minutes. Regular Bus Service is available from Central Ferry Piers and Tin Hau to the Peak. Check the Bus Service timings and schedules before planning a visit, as the programs change for weekdays and Sundays/public holidays. Peak Trams are known to be the best mode of transport to the Museum. You can hop on to the Peak Tram at the St. Johns Building Peak Tram Station. They generally operate from early morning through to midnight on all days, including Sundays and Public Holidays.
What Should I Wear?
Best Time to Visit
One can visit Madame Tussauds Museum all year-round.
The official currency of Hong Kong is Hong Kong Dollars.
Will I Need a Guide?
How To Get There?
Hong Kong is a major Asian city, and the Hong Kong International Airport is well connected to all major city centers in the world. You can reach the city center from Hong Kong International Airport by Bus, Train or Taxi. The quickest option is Train. The most economical choice is to catch a bus, but it takes longer than an hour to reach the city center. From the city center, you can opt for a minibus, bus or tram to travel to the peak tower, where the Museum is located.
One ticket admits one person and allows one entry only. Multiple exits and entries are not permissible. Children above 12 years will need to buy adult tickets. Children below 12 years will have to be accompanied by an adult. No food and beverages are allowed inside the museum. No admission fee is charged for children under three years of age. People aged 65 years and above are eligible for senior citizen discounts. People with pre-existing medical conditions such as Blood Pressure and heart ailments are recommended to consult the museum staff about entering areas with special effects. Smoking is prohibited inside the museum premises. No pets are allowed inside the museum.