Your tour will span a number of exciting exhibits, grouped into themes that showcase many of the most famous stars and characters in the world.
Step onto the Royal Balcony and practice your wave next to the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh, Wills, Kate, Harry, Meghan, and others. Where else could you get this close to the most famous monarch on the globe? Meghan's addition in particular has been causing a huge buzz at the exhibit.
Straight out of the movies and placed right in front of you are figures from your favourite films: Hide from the Terminator and stand proud beside Katniss Everdeen, among many other characters from the big screen.
Expect gorgeous faces and fabulous outfits from the world of Indian cinema, with huge stars like Madhuri Dixit-Nene and Hrithik Roshan among the celebrities who sparkle at Madame Tussauds. The exhibit is emblematic of London's wonderful diversity and multilingualism.
"In space, no one can hear you scream," but they will at Madame Tussauds! This hands-on, heart-pounding experience recreates the feeling of being on an enclosed ship, out in the middle of space, alone except for something clattering in the ventilation shafts...
Located in the heart of London, close to splendid Regent's Park, there's plenty to do nearby after a fantastic afternoon at Madame Tussauds.
This houses the London Zoo, another great idea for an afternoon in London. You can walk along the park's canals, have a picnic among the hundreds of acres of green space, or stroll beside the Terraces and admire some of the most gorgeous real estate in London.
You'll be walking distance from the capital's very best shopping avenue. Step into Selfridge's, Liberty, and other superb department stores, as well as high street favourites.
Featuring treasures collected across the centuries, you can browse Egyptian, Greek, Japanese, and many other exhibitions. There's also a European section and specialist displays on clocks and money through time. What's more, entry is totally free.
See this famous monument at the top of Oxford Street and then head into nearby Hyde Park. Like Regent's, it's one of the official Royal Parks, and is actually the biggest. It often holds large concerts and seasonal events like Winter Wonderland.