Madame Tussauds Las Vegas Admission Ticket
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Experience the Starry World of Madame Tussauds Las Vegas
This exhibit at the museum is dedicated to the personalities and icons that have contributed to framing the history of Vegas, 'the party town'. Explore the history of Las Vegas and know about its flamboyant culture while walking through the exhibit. You will come across figures of historic icons Liberace and Rat Pack standing along with contemporary stars like Celine Dion.
From George Clooney to Johnny Depp, some renowned personalities around the world are waiting to meet you at Club Tussauds. This exhibit is designed to give you a feel of a happening nightclub in Vegas. Join the A-listers club and party hard with Ben Affleck, Britney Spears, Dwayne Johnson and many more.
Spend some time performing with music legends of the past and present at this exhibit. Beyonce, Rihanna, Miley Cyrus and many more are ready to pose with you. You can even rap with Tupac or audition for American Idol. Show some of your dance moves to Michael Jackson.
This exhibit has the wax figures of sports personalities from around the world that have contributed significantly to the history of sports. Get inspired standing next to the sports icons like Mohammad Ali, Tiger Woods, Shaq, etc.
Who hasn't seen 'The Hangover'? This recent addition of Madame Tussauds takes you to the world of the classic Vegas film. Click photos with Phil (Bradley Cooper) and Alan (Zack Galifianakis) and walk through the hotel room and the wedding chapel showcased in the movie.
After so much exploring, posing and clicking, relax at the Hangover Bar. This rooftop bar with Hangover theme serves the custom Hangover drinks. Quench your thirst with Wolf Pack shots or try some other interesting drink from the bar menu while taking in the beautiful views of the Las Vegas strip.
How to Get Tickets?
Madame Tussauds tickets are available on the attraction site itself as well as online. The museum offers various deals and offers from time to time, which you can look for online. There are different ticket packages like silver, gold, and platinum for different attractions at the museum. Booking online can be a lot more profitable as it would save you from waiting in queues at the ticket counter. Also, it does provide you with heavy discounts on the ticket prices. You can save a lot more on Madame Tussauds tickets with Las Vegas Explorer Pass.
How To Get Around?
Madame Tussauds in Las Vegas has some interesting offerings for its visitors. You can explore the different zones and avenues at your own pace. Dine with hangover stars, sing with music icons and click pictures of your beautiful experience.
Best Time to Visit
Madame Tussauds at The Venetian is open every day from 10 in the morning to 9 in the evening. You can visit it at any time. Crowds pour in around lunchtime, hence if you wish to get the best of your trip without people photobombing your clicks, visit early morning when the museum opens or after 4 pm. The crowd increases during the summer holidays, hence plan a trip during non-holiday season.
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Will I Need a Guide?
The tour inside the museum will be self-guided therefore is easy to explore on your own. Enjoy strolling around with celebrities by your side and take as many pictures as you wish.
How To Get There?
Madame Tussauds is located on the Las Vegas Strip which is a popular location of the city and is easily accessible with the public as well as private transportation. The museum is a short walk from Harrah's stop of the Las Vegas Monorail. RTC's Deuce and SDX buses will also take you to Las Vegas Strip. You also have the option to take the Big Bus tour which has a stop at Wynn (stop #11). Also, you can take a private taxi to the museum. The Venetian taxi stand is at a short distance from the resort. Parking facilities are available at the Venetian; hence you can also reach the museum by car.
You cannot take food and beverages inside the museum. Photography is allowed and you can touch the wax figures but be careful while doing so. Also, large bags aren't allowed inside the museum, they should be submitted to the security staff.