I must say this was my first time going to the museum and I was so impressed! The wax sculptures looked so real it was amazing..and kinda creepy..but more amazing! I never really had seen a sculpture other than stone before but this is defiantly something to remember, I would suggest this to anyone visiting Vegas, families or just groups looking for a party the museum is definitely one of the stops you need to make before you go home. I was also lucky enough to be in town after the Zipline at the Rio opened, they told me and my friends that they just had their grand opening and I was so surprised, they seemed like they had been working there for a while all the employees were well trained and super energetic. I was a little scared to ride but once we started moving down to the other tower I realized I was having a great time, this is also something that EVERYONE can and should do!!!
Time Out says
Posted: Wed Mar 26 2014
The first US incarnation of London's all-conquering attraction contains more than 100 wax celebs in various settings and rendered with various degrees of accuracy (Johnny Depp good, Shaquille O'Neal less impressive). The comparatively small attraction tones down the British history in favor of celebrity and pop culture "encounters": a photo opportunity to don a wedding dress and "marry" George Clooney, for example, or a chance to sing in front of Simon Cowell. Hokey but fun.
Madame Tussaud's 3355 Las Vegas Boulevard South
- Cross Street:
between Sands Avenue & E Flamingo Road
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Bus Deuce, 105, 203
Admission $24; $14–$18 reductions; free under-6s
3355 Las Vegas Boulevard South
- 367 1847