Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Hanging with my pal Tony Stark and friends at Madame Tussauds Wax Museum #Ironman3event

For those who know me, know I love to visit museums when I travel, the  wackier the better! Wax museums are a personal favorite.  I have visited several Madame Tussauds Wax Museums in the past, including New York, Las Vegas and London. 
As you can see I really do love to check out my favorite celebrities up close in wax form. Madame Tussauds Wax Museum is the best new wax attraction in LA, next to the Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, where you can see, touch and take photos with Hollywood’s celebrities under one roof!

During the recent press trip for Iron Man 3 we were able to check out the Hollywood Madame TussaudsWax Museum for the first time. It was just what I would expect, filled with today’s hit stars and they were all ready for meet you! I got to hang out with the man himself, Mr. Tony Stark. 
And of course I got to hang out with Iron Man too, it was too cool. It was surprising how tall Iron Man was… 
 I loved the great photo set ups, here I am in the shower for the shower scene in “Psyco” doing my best screaming impression. 
Flying with my friend ET
Here is a picture of Brad Pitt and I in 1999, in the London Madame Tussauds Wax Museum.
And here I am again with Brad in 2013… Haven’t we both aged gracefully? 

With the Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, this is unlike any other wax museum. With the other guys the wax figures are beheld glass, or a rope of sorts. Madame Tussauds give you an entirely different experience, you can hug pose and do just about whatever you would like with the wax figure, within reason of course. 

(Just don’t mess with the hair or the faces… You would not like people touching your hair or your face, and the stars do not either). This is a hands on experience that is lots of fun. Just make sure to have an empty memory card with lots of space on it, because you will be taking a LOT of pictures.
Where else can you meet Elvis, Lady GaGa, then the President? Well nowhere else but Madame Tussauds Wax Museum. If you are in the LA area I would highly suggest checking out Madame Tussauds Wax Museum. You will have a great time hanging out with your new celebrity friends. There are some great photo ops, and it is just a fun time for kids and adults.
Here is some more information about the hours and prices for the Hollywood Madame Tussauds Wax Museum
Hours of Operation*:
Open at 10am DAILY
364 days a year (Closed on Oscars® day)

April 14 to 21:
10am to 8pm

April 22 to May 23:
Monday to Thursday - 10am to 7pm
Friday to Sunday - 10am to 8pm

Special Hours/Early Closures:
April 20 - 10am to 7pm
April 27 - 10am-6:30pm
May 4 - 10am-6:30pm
May 11 - 10am-6:30pm
May 18 - 10am-8pm

On the day price
Online price

Book your ticket online at least the day before your visit and save 20%
  • Over 100 incredible lifelike figures
  • No ropes or barriers – get close to your favorite stars
  • "Mingle" and take photos with the celebrities
  • Book now and save 20% on regular ticket prices
Booking Information
  • All are sales final.
  • No exchanges or refunds once tickets are purchased.
  • Tickets are valid at Hollywood location only until December 31, 2013.
  • Discounted vouchers cannot be used when purchasing tickets online. 

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Jen lleras said...

I have been twice, isn't it so much fun!!! I love that you can touch them and take pictures, I have one of me and madonna that looks so real!

Robin Wilson said...

I would love to go to a wax museum ~ they are absolutely unbelievable. I would love to learn the process for making them. I am sure that is very interesting. You look absolutely adorable in the pics, so much fun!

Jeana said...

I quickly started filling my memory card too. Such a great time.

Marina@EBMR said...

Oh I love the ET and Alfred Hitchcock pictures. Very cute!

Unknown said...

Wow the prices are not bad!!! I would love to go there one day!

MichelleS said...

That looks like an amazing time! I wish we would have gone there!

Rachael said...

Looks like fun. I've never been to a wax museum.

Unknown said...

Itis a wonderful place. I was there a couple of years ago. It is remarkable how much they look like the real thing.

Anonymous said...

That is so cool. Some of those look so real. And the picture with you and E.T. looks like your really in the movie. What fun!

Sandy V. said...

I have never been to a wax museum, but now I know it would be very interesting. Thanks!

Sandra VanHoey said...

Wow Susan, you got some great pics. LOVE the one with E.T. Y'all really get around

hannah said...

lots of really well done displays! You look like you had a lot of fun!

Unknown said...

It looks like you had fun. I would love to have my pic taken with ET. We have a wax museum here in Washington DC it is great but not "Hollywood-ish". You can have you picture taken in the oval office with the president tough!

Maryann D. said...

My daughter has been to Madame Tussauds Wax Museum in NYC. I have been to NYC often, but have not had the chance to visit there as of yet. She enjoyed it very much and hopefully next year my whole family can go visit.
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