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Madame Tussauds Interactive Wax Museum

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Madame Tussards Interactive Wax Museum in Las Vegas is something to be seen and enjoyed, more so than normal wax museums you are used to. Sitting two stories up and covering 30,000 feet, this museum is one of seven in the entire world, with some exhibits representing various stars of movies, music venues and the sports arena; with an eerie likeness so real that you will be amazed. What is so different and unique about this museum, is the reaction you will get from some of these fantastic figures. If you shake hands with the famous king of rock and roll; Elvis, you will hear his southern drawl speaking to you, or whisper sweet nothings in the ear of Jennifer Lopez and she will respond to you by blushing. Imagine, making JLo blush, now that is awesome and would make for a great photograph, which is another action that is encouraged at this magnificent museum.

And while we are on the subject of photography, the chances to take your picture with a famous person or a spectacular sight is terrific. In the room called the "Big Night", you will see the hottest of the celebrities in Hollywood. Here you will find Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Johnny Depp and the gorgeous Angelina Jolie. Get close and personal with these life sized representations and have your photo taken so that you can enjoy the moment and memory forever. Fool you friends or family, because they are so real, only you will actually know. You have heard the old saying that involved a woman's hair color; only her hairdresser knows; well only you will know the truth; but for the novelty and excitement of having your picture taken with one of these famous folks is wonderful.

In another fabulous area, you will have the opportunity to putt with Tiger Woods, or stuff one past Shaquille O'Neal. Get next to Andre Agassi or any of the great race car drivers of the NASCAR circuit. The many great stars of the sports world are here for you to see, as close as you will ever get to them and really focus on what they look like. Go into the On Stage area, with a place for you to try your voice at karaoke, at the American Idol exhibition, and have the nasty Simon Cowell give you his personal opinion about your repartay. Jon Bon Jovi, Bono and Prince are just standing around waiting for you to join them in conversation and have a picture taken with them. Indulge yourself and post them on the internet in your facebook or myspace page; because no one except you will know.

One of the most unique exhibitions here and no where else in the world, is the Las Vegas room where all the wonderful performers that have been to Vegas are shown here in all their magnificent glory. See what the famous Rat Pack looked like, if you have ever heard of them, Bugsy Seigel, who was instrumental is getting the city on the world's map; Wayne Newton, Tom Jones, Bette Midler, Liberace, Siegfried and Roy and the great Marlon Brando. One of the most favorite is the "Marry Clooney" room, where you can don a wedding dress and take a wedding photo with George Clooney, who is all dressed up for the occassion in his tuxedo. The museum will have a 100 wax figures on the floor, and you can actually conduct your Vegas wedding with any two figures acting as witnesses to the happy occasion. Recent additions include; Spiderman, Matthew McConaughey and the marvelous Cameron Diaz. The museum curators state that they try to keep up with the people making headlines and are involved in the pop culture phenomenom. Figures are taken from the floor whenever they need their hair washed and make-up redone. The only figure to have been retired is the Harrison Ford, who had been standing on the outside inviting visitors in when a roudy guest got too excited and knocked the figure over breaking his head into a lot of pieces.

There is a behind the scenes display showing visitors how the figures are created and information about the 250 year history. The figures are created in the London studio and shipped to the museum; taking about six months to build and cost between 150,000 and 250,000 dollars. The celebrities that sit for the figures are scrutinized thoroughly with 160 measurements taken and 150-200 photographs. The entire process takes about 350 hours, with real hair samples taken and matched to human hair. If you should hit the jackpot while here and want your own figure made or that of a pet; the cost is 50,000 for the pet and 300,000 for yourself which would include going to the London studio. Such is the cost of becoming immortal.

 

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This show is kid friendly.
There is NO nudity.

Show is closed Sundays and Mondays.
Show lasts 105 minutes.