Madame Tussauds Berlin – tickets, prices, what to expect

Madame Tussauds Berlin is the place to go if you want to add some glitz to your holiday to the German city.

You can meet world leaders, politicians, movie stars, athletes, and more at Berlin’s wax museum and, in the process, learn about centuries-old waxwork techniques.

It’s a terrific opportunity to take many photos with celebrities, and kids and teenagers enjoy taking selfies with superstars.

Berlin’s Madame Tussauds is so much more than a wax museum.

This article shares everything you must know before booking your Madame Tussauds Berlin tickets.

What to expect at Madame Tussauds Berlin

Interactive settings, exquisite clothing, and cutting-edge technology help you immerse yourself in the world of your idols.

Over 120 lifelike wax figurines in various themed settings make a memorable experience for everybody.

You will also revisit the most important moments in Berlin’s history over the last 100 years at Madame Tussauds Berlin.

You will learn about the events in Berlin’s history that transformed it into the city of liberty and tolerance today.


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Madame Tussauds Berlin tickets

Tourists can buy their tickets at the venue during their visit or book them online.

When you buy your tickets online, you don’t waste your time in the ticket counter lines. 

How online tickets work 

When you book your Madame Tussauds Berlin tickets online, you choose your time and date of visit.

Immediately after purchase, you will get a confirmation email. 

There is no need for printouts. 

On the day of the visit, you can show the confirmation email on your phone and enter the museum. 

These tickets are valid for the date selected, but you can enter any time. 

You can cancel this ticket up to 24 hours in advance to receive a full refund.

Timed tickets

The wax museum in Berlin issues timed tickets to limit the number of visitors inside the attraction.

When guests book their Madame Tussauds tickets, they must select a specific day and entry time slot for their visit.

On the day of their visit, they must enter the wax museum at the time mentioned on their ticket.

We strongly advise booking your tickets early to avoid disappointment.

Cost of tickets

Tickets for visitors 15 years and above are priced at 26 Euros.

Kids aged 3 to 14 years pay a discounted price of 19 Euros.

Unfortunately, the wax museum in the German capital doesn’t offer discounts for students or seniors.

Infants under two years don’t need an entry ticket.

Adult ticket (15+ years): €26
Children (3 to 14 years): €19

Kids two years and younger don’t need an entry ticket.


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Opening hours

Madame Tussauds Berlin is open from 10 am to 7 pm, all through the week.

The last entry into the museum is at 6 pm.

How to reach Madame Tussauds

Madame Tussauds’s address is Unter den Linden 74, 10117. Get Directions

The S-Bahn station Brandenburger Tor (Brandenburg Gate station) serviced by S1, S2, or S25 lines, is only a few minutes walking from Madame Tussauds Berlin. 

Or you can board the Underground line U55 train to get to the Underground station Brandenburg Gate and walk the short distance.

Bus numbers 100, 200, and TXL can get you to bus station Brandenburg Gate, which is also walking distance from the attraction.


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Best time to visit Madame Tussauds

The best time to visit the Tussauds wax museum in Berlin is as soon as they open at 10 am or between 2 pm and 4 pm when it is least crowded.

Since it usually takes two hours to explore the attraction, even if you start at 4 pm, you will be done before the Wax Museum closes.

How long does Madame Tussauds take?

Most visitors take 90 minutes to two hours to go through the exhibits at the Madame Tussauds in the German capital.

The duration of your visit will depend on where you buy your tickets (online tickets make it faster!), how many selfies you snap, and how crowded the attraction is on the day of your visit.


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Sea Life Berlin + Madame Tussauds

Since Sea Life Berlin is only 1.7 km (1 mile) from Madame Tussauds, some tourists prefer to see them on the same day. 

Purchasing a combination ticket that includes access to both the attractions also helps them save money. 

First, you can visit the star-studded Madame Tussauds and participate in interactive exhibitions where you can meet your favorite celebrities from the past and present.

Then take a dip into SEA LIFE Berlin’s intriguing underwater world. Get up close and personal with sharks, stingrays, octopuses, and other sea creatures.

Illuseum Berlin + Madame Tussauds

Illuseum Berlin is just 2 km (a little more than a mile) from Madame Tussauds, making it another popular combination.

At Berlin’s illusion museum, see the laws of physics bent to the power of fun.

Grab this combo ticket to save money while having more fun and making more memories.

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