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At Madame Tussauds Hollywood you can meet the world’s most famous faces, from classic Hollywood stars to today’s best-known actors, singers, politicians and more! Interactive exhibits let you get up close and personal with celebrities, or you can get creeped out in the Illusions of Horror exhibit, and try out a new virtual reality game in the Virtual Room. Book in advance to get the best prices and skip the lines on the day!
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Meet your favorite stars, past and present at Madame Tussauds Hollywood, which features over 100 life-size and lifelike wax figures.
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Hollywood Pass: Madame Tussauds, Celebrity Homes Tour and Hop-on Hop-off 24 HR

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The Hollywood Pass provides the most affordable way to experience Hollywood’s top 3 attractions: The Original Movie Stars’ Homes Tour, the CitySightseeing Double-Decker Hop-on Hop-off Tour and Madame Tussauds Hollywood! These easy-to-use tickets are valid for nine days so you can experience Hollywood at your own pace. Explore popular Hollywood attractions at your own pace. See all three in one day or split up your sightseeing. It’s up to you!
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Madame Tussauds and Hollywood Behind-the-Scenes Tour Package

This Madame Tussaud’s Hollywood Behind-the-Scenes Package combines two of Hollywood’s most iconic and highest rated activities into one affordable option — Madame Tussauds Hollywood Museum and our world famous Hollywood Behind-the-Scenes tour of downtown areas.
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Celebrity Homes Tour and Madame Tussauds Hollywood

Come along board this combination tour which includes a visit to see movie stars' homes and finishing off at the famous Madame Tussauds Hollywood. This 2-hour experience gives you the chance to also visit the luxurious Rodeo Drive, see the Hollywood sign, and much, much more!
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Top Tips

1. If you’re planning to buy a Go Los Angeles card, then tickets to Madame Tussauds are included! Just watch out, entry is only free with the card until 5.30 pm.
Marilyn Monroe | Photo: Flickr, Luke Rauscher – CC by 2.0
2. Don’t be afraid to get up close! As long as you don’t touch their eyes, a lot of the waxworks can be touched, hugged, or have their hands held.
Nicholas Cage | Photo: Flickr, Allie_Caulfield – CC by 2.0
3. Queen Elizabeth is the most frequently reproduced wax figure, with 22 of the world’s 23 Madame Tussauds having a copy - you won’t find her at Madame Tussauds Hollywood, but watch out for Tom Hanks, who appears 3 times!
4. If you’re a big fan of Madame Tussauds, why not try the Ultimate Experience ticket? It also comes with a wax model of your own hand, a souvenir photo and access to an awesome 4D experience.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who was Madame Tussaud?

Marie Tussaud (originally Marie Grosholtz) was born in Strasbourg, France, in 1761. After her father’s death, she and her mother moved in with a doctor named Philippe Curtius, who founded a waxwork modeling company in Paris and trained Marie in the art of making waxworks. From 1780 until the beginning of the French Revolution Marie made famous portraits of celebrities including Benjamin Franklin and Voltaire, but as someone who’d worked for the royal family, she was arrested during the Reign of Terror and was only saved from execution when she agreed to make death masks of those who had been guillotined. She went to London in 1802 to show some of her pieces but ended up stuck because the Napoleonic Wars had broken out and the journey back to France became impossible. Instead, she and her son toured Britain, eventually settling in London and founding the original Madame Tussauds waxwork museum. After her death in 1850, her son carried on her work and the museum stayed under the management of her children, grandchildren, and even great-grandchildren until the 1930s. Madame Tussauds Hollywood opened in 2009 and is the 4th destination in the US. Today there are 23 locations worldwide, each with their own local collections of waxworks.

What’s there to see at Madame Tussauds Hollywood?

On your visit, you’ll be introduced to around 120 figures over the 3 floors of the attraction. Themed rooms include the Spirit of Hollywood, Modern Classics, the behind-the-scenes themed Making Movies (featuring directors as well as actors!), Action Heroes, Country Western, plus Pop Icons and A-List Party. There’s also a Virtual Room, where guests can play a virtual reality game in teams of 2-4. On the way out you’ll also have the chance to get your own handed molded in wax!

Can I take photographs?

Absolutely! Some of the exhibits are specifically designed for photography and cameras, camera phones, and selfie sticks are all welcome. If you want to take photographs or film for commercial reasons, you can contact the Madame Tussauds Hollywood staff for more information. Museum staff are also on-hand to take photographs, though official photographs carry an extra charge.

How long should I plan for my visit?

It generally takes about 1 to 2 hours to see everything at Madame Tussauds Hollywood, though you can stay as long as you like once you’re inside.

Are all the exhibits suitable for children?

Madame Tussauds Virtual Room is only available for visitors aged 12 and over. You might want to be careful with the Illusions of Horror, especially when visiting with very young or more sensitive children, but apart from that, all the rooms are suitable for children. The attraction is fully accessible by strollers.

General Information

Opening Hours:

Madame Tussauds is open 7 days a week. Standard opening hours are from 10 am to 8 pm, with special extended hours until 10 pm at certain times throughout the year.


Tickets on the day cost $30.95 for adults (aged 12 and over) and $23.95 for children aged 3 to 12. Children aged 2 and under can enter free of charge. Groups of 15 or more are eligible for a discounted rate. The games in the Virtual Room can’t be booked in advance, and are available on a first come, first served basis. Prices for the Virtual Room vary.


Madame Tussauds Hollywood
6933 Hollywood Blvd
CA 90028

How to get there:

Madame Tussauds Hollywood is located on the Walk of Fame, next for to the Chinese Theatre, and is easy to walk to from several of Hollywood’s top attractions. It can also be reached by taking the Metro Red Line to Highland Station, then walking west on Hollywood Boulevard for about 3 minutes. Parking is available off Orange Drive for $18 Monday to Saturday and $20 on Sundays. Additional parking can be found at the Hollywood and Highland Center.


Madame Tussauds Hollywood is fully wheelchair accessible, with lifts to take you to each floor. A limited number of wheelchairs are also available to borrow. Service animals are allowed into Madame Tussauds Hollywood.
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