Visit Madame Tussauds during your London city break
Madame Tussauds is one of the most famous and popular tourist attraction in London. The attraction which is situated on Marylebone Road, at the top of Baker Street in Central London (just a short way from Sherlock Holmes’ home on Baker Street). But what is Madam Tussauds all about? It is about getting up close and personal to stars and royalty that you only ever get to see on TV or in the printed media. Of course, these are lifelike waxwork replicas and they are incredibly lifelike. There are stars of the sporting world, including such people as David Beckham, Lewis Hamilton and Andy Murray; Royalty figures such as The Queen and Prince Charles; pop stars like Leona Lewis and Amy Winehouse; world political figures such as Barack Obama and David Cameron; as well as film stars like Tom Cruise and Angelina Jolie. Quite a cast, and that is just to name a few! Serviced City Pads, the accommodation booking company suggests that a short break in London wouldn’t be complete without a visit to Madame Tussauds.
As we have already said, this is very popular London tourist destination so it is worth booking your tickets in advance. You only have to see the queue of London tourists to know that. There are special offers for buying tickets at the official Madame Tussauds website.
We suggest that when you are planning your London visit, that you should probably buy tickets at the same time that you book your accommodation in London with Serviced City Pads. We offer a wide selection of hotels and serviced apartments in London (from the West End, to the City and Canary Wharf hotels) that are great value for money to the London tourist. Book your accommodation in London early to avoid disappointment as it is an incredibly busy and popular holiday destination, particularly as more and more Brits are planning a London staycation rather than holidaying abroad.
If a trip to Madame Tussauds is an important part of your trip then Serviced City Pads would say that you shouldn’t be staying in a hotel in Canary Wharf (which is on the east side of London), but probably something more central – maybe a hotel in Soho or Serviced apartment in Mayfair. Either of these 2 London accommodation options would put you within a short walk of Madame Tussauds as well as many other London tourist attractions, shops and restaurants.
There are now also a number of Madame Tussauds across the world in cities such as Las Vegas, Shanghai, New York, Berlin and Bangkok.