So lifelike are the 300 wax figures on display in the museum as you stroll through the nine areas of Madame Tussauds, that you could be forgiven for thinking that you’re meeting the real people.
Experience what it feels like to attend a red carpet event and star-studded Hollywood bash in the Party Area where you can strike a pose with A-Lister stars George Clooney, Kim Kardashian, Helen Mirren, Benedict Cumberbatch and Kate Winslet.
In Fashion Week walk the catwalk with Cara Delevigne and hangout backstage with Kendall Jenner whilst the Film Zone allows you to step on set of some of the biggest films in history and meet the stars from the silver screen. Cuddle up to Shrek, join Audrey Hepburn at her “Tiffany’s” breakfast table and take part in the Hunger Games with Katniss Everdeen.
It’s all about winning and gold medal performances in the Sports Area. Do your best lightning bolt pose with sprint king Usain Bolt, enjoy a victory parade with Jessica Ennis-Hill and strike a pose doing the ‘Mobot’ with Mo Farah. Step poolside to watch Tom Daley, strike a penalty under the watchful eye of David Beckham and meet the late Muhammad Ali.
In the music area, you have a coveted backstage pass to a glittering awards show. Come face-to-face with legendary performers from past and present, including Michael Jackson, The Beatles and Freddie Mercury to Amy Winehouse, Justin Bieber and Adele.
You can also meet the entire family and feel what it’s like to be Prime Minister as you stand on the steps of Downing Street.
Fans of Star Wars will love the exhibition dedicated to the film series, featuring life-like wax figures of characters from Episodes I-VI, authentic walkthrough sets and famous scenes recreated.
Be your very own Marvel super hero. Hang from the ceiling with Spider-Man, step into Iron Man's armour and grasp Wolverine's retractable claws before strapping yourself in for an exclusive 4D experience in which your favourite characters unite to save London.
The tour ends with a frantic whistle stop ride through 400 years of London’s history from Tudor England to the 20th century in a miniaturised black cab.