Madame Tussauds Hong Kong – tickets, prices, what to expect


Madame Tussauds is a mandatory visit for all tourists planning a holiday in Hong Kong.

At Hong Kong’s wax Museum, you see centuries-old waxwork techniques and rub shoulders with world leaders, royal families, politicians, movie stars, sportspersons, etc. 

It is a fantastic opportunity to take lots of selfies with famous faces from all over the world. 

Besides adults, even teenagers and kids love the chance to snap selfies with stars.

Madame Tussauds in Hong Kong is not only a museum but a place to convert your dreams of meeting your idols into reality.

This article shares everything you must know before buying your Madame Tussauds Hong Kong tickets.

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Madame Tussauds Hong Kong tickets

Tourists can buy their tickets at the venue on the day of their visit or book them online in advance.

When you buy tickets online, you get a discount of up to 21%, and also, don’t waste your time queueing up at the ticket counter lines. 

For HK$15 per person, you can include the VIP Digi Photo Pass to your online tickets.

How online tickets work

When you book your Madame Tussauds Hong Kong tickets online, you choose your visit date. 

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.

Cost of tickets

Madame Tussauds Hong Kong ticket price remains the same on weekdays and weekends.

Adult ticket (12 to 64 years): HK$205
Child ticket (3 to 11 years): HK$175
Seniors ticket (65+ years): HK$175

Kids below the age of three needn’t buy tickets, and an adult must accompany children under 11 years.

Ticket discounts

Tussauds Hong Kong offers a 21% discount when guests book their tickets online. 

At the attraction’s gates, the adult ticket is priced at HK$290, but when you purchase them online at least 24 hours before the visit, the cost is only HK$205 – a saving of HK$85.

The wax museum also offers a HK$30 discount on the adult ticket price for kids aged 3 to 11 years and seniors aged 65 years and above. 

Ngong Ping Cable Car + Madame Tussauds

Ngong Ping 360 is a fantastic cable car experience and one of the best ways to explore Lantau, the largest of Hong Kong islands.

The gondola lift connects Tung Chung on the North coast of Lantau Island and Ngong Ping. 

Ngong Ping is home to tourist attractions such as Ngong Ping Village, Po Lin Monastery, Tian Tan Buddha, etc. The other nearby attraction is Tai O fishing village.

The Cable Car operates from 10 am to 6 pm on weekdays, and 9 am to 6:30 pm on weekends. 

When you book the Ngong Ping Cable Car + Madame Tussauds combo, you save 5% on the ticket cost. 

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Opening hours

Madame Tussauds wax museum in Hong Kong opens at 11 am and closes at 8 pm, all through the week. 

The last entry is always an hour before closing.

Best time to visit

The best time to visit Hong Kong’s Madame Tussauds museum is as soon as it opens at 11 am or between 2 pm and 4 pm, which is the leanest period.

The museum gets crowded on weekends and school holidays. 

If you prefer quiet museums or would like fewer crowds, then the best time to visit Madame Tussauds is from January to March and from September to November.

How long does it take

Guests usually spend about an hour and a half exploring the various exhibits at Hong Kong’s Madame Tussauds. 

Since it is a self-guided tour, the duration of your visit depends on the time you spend at each of the exhibits and how crowded it is that day. 

Madame Tussauds tickets don’t have a time limit. Once inside, you can stay for as long as you want. 

What to expect at Madame Tussauds

You can meet the real-life wax models of more than 100 of your favorite personalities at Madame Tussauds in Hong Kong. 

Tussauds in Hong Kong is everything you’ve ever wanted – an opportunity to meet celebs and snap photos with them. 

You can’t afford to miss the chance to meet Barack Obama or Li Bingbing. 

From music to film and history to science, this Hong Kong attraction covers all the industries. 

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What to see at Madame Tussauds Hong Kong

There are several fun zones at Hong Kong Madame Tussauds.

Hong Kong Glamour

In this zone, you meet the most handsome and charming personalities globally. 

Meet the beautiful Pia Wuzbach or the handsome Benedict Cumberbatch. 

Music stars

Dance side to side with Ariana Grande or Groove with G.E.M. 

Whatever you have to sing, the world is here to listen. 

The Champions

In the Zone dedicated to sports stars, visitors can catch up with Christiano Ranaldo, David Beckham, Liu Xiang, Manny Pacquiao, etc. 

Fashion Zone

How can the party be fun without the glam, the gal, the gorgeous fashionable personalities? 

AngelaBaby or Johnny Depp, whose side are you on today?

Hallyu Zone

Meet Bae Yong Joon or Kim Soo Hyung, the K-wave is spreading like wild fire, but we love the warmth. Who’s your favorite? 

World premiere

Meet the worldly presence of some of the strongest and most significant artists in their field. 

Here you meet Amitabh Bachhan, the doyen of Indian cinema, and Marilyn Monroe, the prettiest girl that ever lived!

Don’t forget to sit down with Audrey Hepburn and have breakfast at Tiffany’s with her! 

Art Gallery

Some artists define the word art, and Lady Gaga and Yayoi Kusama are such names that bring thrilling, exciting, and innovative ideas to life. 

They’re not afraid of trying any concepts that are interesting to them. 

Watch the world from their perspective, only at Madame Tussauds. 

Kung Fu Zone

The Kung Fu zone is dedicated to the masters of martial arts, and the central hero is Bruce Lee. 

The other masters you can take a selfie with are Donnie Yen, Jackie Chan, and Michelle Yeoh.

Animated World

Visitors live their anime fantasies in the Animated World and cosplay their most loved characters. 

Meet Ba Lala little magic fairy, or save the world with Iron Man. 

Historial & National Heros

Mirror mirror on the wall. Who’s the most influential of them all? 

Meet the leading global personalities from the past and contemporary era, such as Barack Obama, Albert Einstein, Mahatma Gandhi, etc. 

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VIP Digi Pass at Hong Kong Tussauds

VIP Digi Pass allows you to take pictures with your stars using the photo technology, effects, and frames of Madame Tussauds. 

It is an interactive, fun shoot with your beloved celebrities. 

You get the chance to have a once-in-a-lifetime photoshoot via this VIP Digi Pass. 

How to use the VIP Digi Pass 

Using the VIP Digi Pass is pretty simple. You need to follow these steps –

  1. Collect your DigiPass from the ticket counter.
  2. Scan the QR code in the photo area to take a photo. 
  3. Pose with your celebrities and scan multiple times with different poses and actions! 
  4. Register with your email address and view the photos taken.
  5. Scan the QR code on the pass to download the app and frame these fantastic photos at your home.

While booking your Madame Tussauds Hong Kong tickets, you can add a VIP DigiPass to the experience for just HK$15. Book Tickets Now!

How to go to Madame Tussauds

Madame Tussauds Hong Kong is located on the Peak Tower, Victoria Peak, Hong Kong island. 

The attraction is five minutes away from Central.

Its address is Shop P101, The Peak Tower, 128 Peak Road, Hong Kong. Get Directions

You can reach this wax museum in various ways. 

By Peak Tram

The Peak Tram is available every day from 7 am to 10 pm. You can board at the Peak Tram Station and alight at Peak Tower. 

The tram departs every 15-20 minutes.

By Minibus

You can take the minibus from Central (two IFC) to the Peak Tower. 

The bus departs every ten minutes, and the fare is HK$10.

By Bus

If you prefer a bus to get to the wax museum, you have two options –

Bus 15

Central Ferry Piers to The Peak

Daily: 6:15 am – 00:15 am (from Central)

Mondays to Saturdays: 6:30 am – 1 am  (from The Peak)

Sundays & Public Holidays: 6:15 am – 00:15 am (from The Peak)

Frequency: Mondays to Saturdays, it is 11-30 minutes

Sundays and Public Holidays, it is 13-30 minutes

Fare: $9.80

Bus 15b

Tin Hau to The Peak

Sundays & Public Holidays: 12 pm – 7 pm (from Tin Hau)

Sundays & Public Holidays: 12:40 pm – 7:40 pm (from The Peak)

Frequency: 10-20 minutes

Fare: $9.60

Remarks: Serve on Sundays & Public Holidays ONLY

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