What do you want to do today? Spend the day with Michael Jackson? Hang out with Marilyn Monroe? Perhaps rub shoulders with Alfred Hitchcock or Rihanna?
Well, there aren't many places you can do that except Madame Tussauds! The infamous wax work museum has all your favorite celebrities, from the acting world, musical charts, sporting heroes and even though who helped make San Francisco great - from Janis Joplin to Jimi Hendrix.
Go back in time through history with iconic figures of world history, like the Dalai Lama, Abraham Lincoln and George Washington. What would you say if you came face to face with George Washington? Best have a think about it because during your trip you will do just that!
Be directed by Steven Spielberg, play drums with Lady Gaga and chill with Leonardo DiCaprio. The figures are so lifelike it will be as though you are right there with them. How do they seem to you? What you imagined?
Each wax work will give you some information on the person and their history, as well as little known facts so you can learn as you enjoy.
They also have specialist photographers in four special zones through the museum who can help capture your moment with your favorite star!
Have a good look at the wax figures too - how do you think they made them? It must have taken a long time! How lifelike do you think they are? What do you think you would look like if you had a figure of yourself in the museum! It's fun to think about isn't it!
Say hi to Clint Eastwood for us!
$26 on the day. $22 online (ages 13 and up)
$20 on the day. $16 online. (Aged 4 - 12)
It's San Francisco! There are plenty of things to eat before or after your visit!
145 Jefferson St in San Francisco is where you will find all your favorite stars!
The F-Line is the local trolley system which will drop you directly out the front of the attraction. Or you can take the cable car to Bay and Taylor.
If you are coming from North Bay take the 101S across the iconic Golden Gate Bridge, stay on Richardson Ave which then turns into Lombard St. Make a left onto Van Ness and right onto N. Point. Left onto Mason and left onto Jefferson will get you there!
They happily accept school bookings, and with every 20 students, the teacher goes free!
Everyone can enjoy the museum! The museum is designed to be fully accessible to guests with a disability. The lovely staff will ensure guests are taken safely from each floor via the special lift, and service animals are permitted in the attraction.
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11am - 10pm. Last entry 9pm.
365 days a year!
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