Today we take a look at the brand new, Madame Tussaud’s Orlando. Madame Tussaud’s is a world renowned wax museum, but instead of being a standard wax museum where you walk through and take a look, they encourage you to take pictures with the figures, including taking selfies with the figures and even providing props for pictures.
Inside Madame Tussaud’s, the museum is broken up into various sections, such as sports, arts and science, and music.
Walt Disney is a figure that was made exclusively for the Orlando location of Madame Tussaud’s. The great thing about Madame Tussaud’s that makes each location unique is that every location does offer figures that are dedicated to that area.
Some of the other figures that are dedicated to the Orlando location of Madame Tussaud’s are Dan Marino and Shaquille O’Neal, of course in his Orlando Magic jersey.
The room that we really enjoyed the most was the music room. In here there are tons of great figures from current music stars like Miley Cyrus and Rihanna but also music stars of the past like Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson. One of the best parts is that this room has tons of props themed to each artist.
One of the other great features about Madame Tussaud’s is that they offer interactive displays for many of the figures. In the pictures above you can see a set up for football to test your power.
Another one of the interactive displays is with Neil Armstrong. On the television, you can see yourself standing on the moon with Neil Armstrong.
The museum wraps up in the A-List Party room, which is exactly what it sounds like. All of the top celebrities are in a party together. This room was the room where all the figures looked the most life-like to me because many of them were standing near tables or sitting down, giving them a much more personal feel.
Just like any attraction in Orlando, you end up in the gift shop, but the gift shop still leaves you with one more figure with Tom Hanks being your last memory of the museum.
Madame Tussaud’s Orlando just had its grand opening today, May 4th, so go check it out! For more info and pricing, check out Madame Tussaud’s Orlando.