Madame Tussauds

Madame Tussauds
New York City:
Discount Coupons, Visitor Info, and
Tips For a Great Visit!

Madame Tussauds is an astounding wax museum that showcases internationally-known figures that look so real, you’ll swear that you 

are actually peering at the real person. It's downright creepy! You’ll find yourself touching the figures, just to prove that your eyes aren’t deceiving you!

You’ll see President Obama, Marilyn Monroe, the Jonas Brothers, Martin Luther King, Madonna, Princess Diana, Derek Jeter, and many more sports figures, musicians, and celebrities.

There are over 200 life-size, wax creations at Madame Tussauds. Don’t forget your camera. Tell your friends that you met the President, and prove it with a cozy picture of just the two of you! No doubt about it. This is pure, unadulterated fun!


Madame Tussauds

I RECOMMEND:

  • Having your picture taken with your favorite stars. Yes, the pictures are ridiculously expensive, but they are actually worth it! (Hey, did I say that?) Or you CAN take your own!

  • Experiencing the Cinema 4D theater. It’s a blast.

  • Participating in the American Idol star section and sing and record your very own performance on the American Idol stage. This might be your own, and only, 5 minutes of fame—go for it!

  • Getting there early, or on an off hour. It does get crowded.


WHO WAS MADAME TUSSAUD?

Madame Tussaud was was born in Strasbourg, France in 1761. Her mother lived with a physician who was a skilled modeler of wax. He taught her the art of wax modeling. Click here for interesting facts about Madame Tussaud, including some gruesome, creepy ones.


WHERE IS MADAME TUSSAUDS LOCATED?

It's located at 234 West 42nd Street, between 7th and 8th Avenues, in Times Square.


HOW TO GET THERE

By Subway
Take the A, C, E or S subway to Port Authority; or Take the 1, 2, 3, N, R, B, D, F, ot Q subway to the 42nd Street/Times Square stop.

Click here for detailed subway information including fares, metrocards, and an interactive trip planner.

By Bus 

Take the M57, M16, M11, M27, M42 or M104 buses. They all stop within a few blocks from Madame Tussauds. Click here for detailed bus information including fares, Metrocards, and other important information.

By Car
Click here for super parking deals!

By Foot
Use your street map to follow the best route to Madame Tussaud’s. It’s a great area for walking and gawking!


Madame Tussaud's

HOW TO BUY TICKETS AND GET DISCOUNTS

Here are regular (UNDISCOUNTED) admission prices:

Online Standard Ticket
Adult (13+): $29
Child (4-12) : $24
Children under 3: Free

  • Includes VIP entry to the attraction via the express lane--no lines.
  • Entry to the Marvel Super Heroes 4D cinema experience

Online Wax Value Ticket
Adult (13+): $34.50
Child (4-12) : $29
Children under 3: Free

  • Custom-made souvenir hand--made by you
  • Includes VIP entry to the attraction via the express lane--no lines.
  • Entry to the Marvel Super Heroes 4D cinema experience

Online Ultimate Experience Ticket
Adult (13+): $44.50
Child (4-12) : $28.99
Children under 3: Free

  • Includes a 7 snack combo plus create your very own unique wax hand souvenir
  • Includes a fountain beverage and snack.
  • VIP entry to the attraction via the express land--no lines
  • Entry to the Marvel Super Heroes 4D movie and experience

MY SUPER DISCOUNTS!

1-Goldstar almost always has 50% discount tickets. Click here to check it out.

2-Show your Explorer Pass and admission is FREE! You can purchase it here but the offer is ending soon! New York Explorer Pass: save up to 15% instantly on 5, 7 and 10 NYC attractions!

3-Show your AAA card and receive a 10% discount on each ticket.

4-Buy a New York Sightseeing Pass and admission is FREE! Plus you get FREE admission to lots of other great tourist sites!

5-The Entertainment Book's coupon earns you a 25% discount off of each ticket. Discount Applies to up to 4 tickets!

6-Buy one ticket, get one FREE when you present your Optimum Rewards Card!

7-Purchase your ticket online and receive an automatic 20% discount on each ticket. Plus no waiting on the line when you arrive!

8-Discounts on groups of 15 and more.


Madame Tussauds

WHEN IS IT OPEN?

Madame Tussauds is open 365 days a year, even on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day. It opens at 10:00 AM and the last ticket is sold at 10:00 PM. However, it’s best to check out their online special events to ensure that it’s truly open!


WHAT TO BRING FOR THE DAY

When you venture out for a day of sightseeing, be sure to pack the essentials. This will help to enhance your day! Be prepared by checking out my tips in the "what to place in your backpack" section of my packing list! You'll be glad your did!


TRAVELING WITH KIDS?

If you are traveling with children, check out my best tips for keeping crankiness to a minimum! I guarantee that there is AT LEAST one tip that will help you during your holiday. Click here and scroll down to the very bottom of the page.


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