Dive into the incredible world of wax figures in Madame Tussauds Museum Amsterdam. It’s the first filial of the homonymous museum in England from where, by the way, the background history of wax models started. The first wax models were created by her, Madame Tussauds. The museum in Amsterdam is located at the Dame square, about 10 minutes away from the Central Railway station by feet. Inside the museum you can see popular movie stars, sports and musical celebrities, superheroes, as well as some of the most popular painters of all time and from all over the world. Besides, in Madame Tussauds Museum you can even get closer to these legends, touch them and have a photo next to them!
What should I know before a visit of Madame Tussauds Museum in Amsterdam?
- I strongly recommend you to get a ticket online in advance in order to get inside the museum as fast as possible
- If you reach the museum by car, right next to the museum, there are parking spaces, which are though, paid
- You can touch and photograph the wax models, but the photos cannot be used for any trade purpose
- Inside the museum there are also professional photographers, who can make you photos for you, too
- If you carry any baggage, you will not be allowed inside the museum, so better leave it in the hotel or for store keeping at the Central railway station.
- It’s not allowed to enter Madame Tussauds Museum with pets
- Ticket photo combo – you can fast access to the museum and professional photos from your visit
- A ticket for a visit round the whole week – it’s at a lower price
- A ticket for Madame Tussauds Museum + Amsterdam dungeons – an 80-minute adventure around the underground territory of Amsterdam with 11 shows and 9 actors who will guarantee you an amazing experience to remember for long. The ticket is valid two months after the purchase date.
- Combo ticket – includes 3 attractions in total: Madame Tussauds Museum, the Amsterdam Dungeons and a cruise on the city’s channels. The ticket is valid two months after the purchase date.
For students, there’s a tour with a story for the background history of the idea for the creation of the first wax figures by Madame Tussauds, as well as about the techniques she used to use and the methods that are applied now. The group should be formed of at least 10 people.
Madame Tussauds Museum in Amsterdam is accessible for people with reduced movability, as well as for those in a wheelchair. In the sake of security and safety, at the museum entrance the guards let only two people to enter it at once. It’s recommended for you to book your visit in advance. The guide dogs are also welcomed.