An iconic wax museum named after its founder, Marie Tussaud, dates back to the second half of the 18th century. Among the first figures Marie made herself were e.g. Voltaire and Benjamin Franklin.
Today, you can find Madame Tussauds museums all over the world. They display wax doppelgangers of well known historical figures, artists, scientists and philosophers as well as celebrities or movie characters. Visit this branch of world famous attraction and take pictures with Michael Jackson, Dalai Lama or Audrey Hepburn!
The visitors are encouraged to pose with their favourite figures and take pictures. The figures are often arranged so that the visitors could join them in a group for a cool picture.
Daily: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
(Last admission 1h before closing.)
Adults: 2.300 JPY
Children (3-12): 1.800 JPY
Online saver ticket (when booked online in advance) from:
Adults: 1.800 JPY
Children (3-12): 1.500 JPY
Official website https://www.madametussauds.jp/en/
Where is Madame Tussauds? http://www.tripomatic.com/trip/Where-is-Madame-Tussauds/
Phone +81 33 599 5231
Address DECKS Tokyo Beach, 1-6-1 台場 港区 東京都 135−0091, Japan
Coordinates 35°37'44.869" N 139°46'33.846" E