Madame Tussauds Contact Number

   0844 248 2624


Madame Tussauds is a worldwide brand of museums focusing on wax figures of people from popular culture.

Reasons to call the Madame Tussauds contact number:

  • To get information about opening times and facilities.
  • To find out more about a specific part of the attraction.
  • To book tickets.
  • To get directions to the museum.
  • To find out about disabled access.
  • To book a school trip.
  • To get information on an event.
  • To apply for a job.
  • To make a complaint about your experience.

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Madame Tussauds Telephone Numbers:

Madame Tussauds Phone Number
Booking Line 0844 248 2624
Lost property 0844 248 2624
Complaints 0844 248 2624

Madame Tussauds Opening Hours

Department Opening Hours
Bookings and customer service 9am – 6pm every day

Madame Tussauds Head Office

Department Address
Head Office Merlin Entertainments
3 Market Close
BH15 1NQ

Madame Tussauds London

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madame tussauds contact number

Madame Tussauds London is the main museum in the UK. Inside Madame Tussauds, you’ll mingle with celebrities and enjoy interactive experiences throughout themed areas. The areas are as follows:

  • Party- Walk the red carpet with Kim and Kanye, rub shoulders with the stars of Hollywood and pose with hunks like George Clooney and Brad Pitt.
  • Fashion Week- Hang out backstage with Kendall Jenner and strut your stuff on the catwalk with Cara Delevigne in this unique multisensory experience.
  • Bollywood- Meet some of the most famous faces in Indian cinema including Aishwarya Rai.
  • Film- Go behind the scenes of some of your favourite films and meet the characters, such as Katniss Everdeen from The Hunger Games and E.T.
  • Youtube- Meet two of Youtube’s most famous vloggers, Zoella and Alfie Deyes and pose with them in their spare bedroom.
  • Sport- Here you’ll find Olympic legends like Mo Farah and Usain Bolt and footballer Cristiano Ronaldo.
  • Royals- Don’t forget to be polite as you visit this exhibit- you’ll meet the Queen, Prince Harry and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
  • Culture- Meet some of the world’s most famous writers, artists, and intellectuals who shaped the way that we think today, including Vincent Van Gogh, Einstein, and Charles Dickens.
  • Music- Prepare for screaming as you meet One Direction, stick your tongue out with Miley Cyrus and say Hello to Adele.
  • Marvel- Visit the Marvel Secret Command Centre and see superheroes such as Iron Man, Wolverine, and Spiderman.
  • Star Wars- In a galaxy far far away, or the middle of London, you can meet iconic characters such as Darth Vader and visit locations from the films such as the flight deck of the Millenium Falcon.
  • World Leaders- Meet with President Obama in the Oval Office, stand alongside Martin Luther King as he delivers his iconic speech and then deliver a speech with Nelson Mandela.
  • Spirit of London Ride- Hop into the back of a famous black cab and experience the moments that shaped London’s history, such as the Great Fire, the construction of St Paul’s cathedral, Winston Churchill’s rousing wartime speech, and witness world cup glory before stepping out into the 1980’s.

Madame Tussauds Tickets

You can purchase tickets for Madame Tussauds online, over the phone or at the point of entry when you visit. You tend to save money when you book online. You can also book combination tickets for other famous London attractions such as the London Dungeons, the London Eye, Sea Life Aquarium and Shrek’s Adventure. Alternatively, if you have a Merlin Annual Pass, you can gain entry to Madame Tussauds using this. You can also make a group booking when your party consists of over 10 people.

If you are interested in the costume design of the wax figures, you can purchase a Fashionably Late ticket, where you’ll get after hours access with a complimentary cocktail as you explore the museum and find out which figures wear designer clothes.

Alternatively, you can buy a ticket for the interactive Sherlock Holmes experience where you will follow in the footsteps of the famous detective himself.

For more about these two experiences, call the Madame Tussauds contact number at the top of this page.

Madame Tussauds Prices

Prices as of August 2016 are as follows. Please note they are only starting prices and actual entry prices may vary depending on which outlet you purchase your ticket from, your time of entry and the package that you choose.

  • Standard ticket (including entrance to Star Wars, Marvel and Sherlock Holmes Experience)- Starting from £29
  • Priority entrance ticket (including entry via a separate entrance, entrance to Marvel 4D cinema and Star Wars experience)- Starting from £50
  • VIP Stage Door Entry (Fast track entrance, instant access to Spirit of London ride, VIP 4D cinema seating and free popcorn)- Starting from £70
  • Visit two London attractions(i.e. Madame Tussauds + London Eye)- Starting from £39
  • Visit three London attractions (i.e. Madame Tussauds + London Eye + London Dungeon)- Starting from £48
  • Visit four London attractions (i.e. Madame Tussauds, London Eye, London Dungeon and Shrek’s Adventure)- Starting from £55
  • Groups of 10+ from £24.50
  • Fashionably Late- from £29
  • The Game’s Afoot (Sherlock Holmes Interactive Event)- from £49

Madame Tussauds Vouchers

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madame tussauds contact number

You can occasionally find voucher codes for Madame Tussauds on the likes of Hot UK Deals and, as well as in newspapers.

Popular questions about Madame Tussauds

What time does Madame Tussauds close?

Madame Tussauds is open from 9am-6pm every day except for Christmas Day.

What Madame Tussauds are One Direction in?

One Direction can be found in the Music section of the Madame Tussauds in London.

Are Madame Tussauds figures actual height?

Yes, Madame Tussauds wax figures are accurate representations of the person, so their height is true to size.

About Madame Tussauds

Madame Tussauds is named after Marie Tussaud, a French woman who began creating wax figures in 1777 of famous people at the time such as Benjamin Franklin. During the French Revolution, she would create ‘death masks’ of famous victims and they would be used as revolutionary flags. For the next 33 years, she travelled around Europe showcasing her wax figures before settling down permanently in London in 1836. The first overseas branch of the museum opened in 1970.

For more about Madame Tussauds, call the contact number on this page.

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