Madame Tussauds Las Vegas – tickets, prices, what to expect


If you want to add some celebrity glamour to your Las Vegas trip, look no further than Madame Tussauds Las Vegas. 

The 200-year-old wax statue-making art and its magical appeal are still intact and make for a memorable experience for visitors of all ages. 

Madame Tussauds Las Vegas has some uncannily accurate wax figures and offers fun celeb-spotting, memorable experiences, and selfies.

Madame Tussauds Las Vegas wax museum was the first Madame Tussaud in the United States. 

It was started in 1999 with over 100 celebrity wax figures and has since updated to modern icons, including the Tupac Shakur, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, sports superstars, and music icons.

This article shares everything to know before purchasing your Madame Tussauds Las Vegas tickets.

What to expect at Tussauds in Vegas

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Madame Tussauds Las Vegas tickets

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

When you buy your tickets online, you get a guaranteed entry and avoid wasting time at the counter lines.

Online Madame Tussauds tickets are more than 10% cheaper than the tickets sold at the venue.

How online tickets work

You choose your date of the visit while booking your Vegas Madame Tussauds tickets online.

Immediately after purchase, you will get a confirmation email. 

There is no need for printouts. 

You can show the confirmation email on your phone and enter the museum on the day of the visit. 

These tickets are valid for the selected date, but you can enter the museum anytime. 

If your plan changes, you can reschedule your tickets online.

Kids two years and younger get in free.

Standard ticket (3+ years) + Marvel 4D: $43.99

Standard Ticket (3+ years) + Marvel 4D + 1 Drink: $49.41

Standard Ticket (3+) + Marvel 4D, 7D Carnival of Carnage, Photo$49.41

Local discount

Madame Tussauds Las Vegas offers a special discount to the locals.

Nevada residents can save up to 50% when booking their Madame Tussauds tickets. 

A reduced ticket offer is only available at the museum’s admission office, and the locals must carry a valid state ID. 

Since the Madame Tussauds takes only 90 minutes of your time, tourists combo tickets to make it at least a half-day outing. Check out the Tussauds + Venetian Gondola Ride combo which is a hit among tourists.

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Opening hours

Madame Tussauds Las Vegas opens by 11 am but closes at 6 pm or 8 pm, depending on the day’s schedule.

It is best to plan your visit between 11 am and 5 pm to avoid disappointment.

The last entry is 15 minutes before the day’s closing time, but it takes about an hour to view the wax museum. 

Best time to visit

The best time to visit Madame Tussaud Vegas is as soon as they open at 11 am or after 4 pm. 

The wax museum tends to be busy around lunchtime and early afternoon. 

It can also get crowded on weekends and holidays hence plan your visit accordingly.

How long does it take?

Most users spend around 60 to 90 minutes exploring the various wax statues and experiences at Madame Tussaud in Las Vegas.

Visitors who take more photos and selfies with the “celebrities” tend to take longer than usual.

The tour is self-guided, and there is no time limit for your entry tickets – you can be inside for as long as you want. 

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Getting to Madame Tussauds Las Vegas

Madame Tussauds Las Vegas on the Las Vegas Strip is located at 3377 S. Las Vegas Blvd, Ste. 2001 Las Vegas, NV 89109. 

It is in the Grand Canale Shoppes at The Venetian, on the Las Vegas Boulevard, popularly known as The Strip. Get Direction


The Venetian has two complimentary parking garages. Valet parking and self-parking are available to visitors to the hotel and The Palazzo.

If you wish to self-park, The Venetian parking garage is behind the hotel. 

It is accessible from the Las Vegas Boulevard and Koval Lane entrances. 

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What to see at Madame Tussauds Las Vegas?

At the Wax Museum in Vegas, you can hug, hold, touch and kiss your favorite stars and celebrities. 

Sin City’s Madame Tussaud has four zones, two experiences and a game zone.

The Zones

Club Tussauds: It is like being in a star-studded party. It is the place for selfies with A-listers like Beyonce, Brad Pitt, Leonardo Di Caprio, George Clooney, and Johnny Depp.

Viva Las Vegas: The legends and celebrities who have contributed to the glitzy scene of Las Vegas can be found in this section, including Elvis, Mayor Oscar Goodman, Celine Dion, acts like Blue Man Group, and the Rat Pack.

Music Icons: Music icons of yesteryears and today, including Nicki Minaj, Katy Perry, Madonna, and Miley Cyrus, are housed here. Be ready with your camera for some glam-packed pictures.

Sports Area: Here, you get to be face to face with some sports legends like Muhammad Ali, Andre Agassi, and Don King. 

The Hangover Bar Experience

With the original Wolf Pack figurines, movie-themed cocktails, iconic scenes, and settings, including the tiger, it is an immersive experience for all Hangover franchise fans. 

Some of the exhibits at the Hangover Bar come at an additional cost.

It also has a stunning view of the Las Vegas Strip. 

The Marvel Superhero 4D Experience

You can meet and greet the Marvel Universe men, including Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, Hulk, and Spider-Man. 

The climax of the experience is a 360º animated 4D cinema attraction, complete with high-impact special effects.

You feel part of the action even as you tackle water, wind, tremors, shakes, etc., from the comfort of your chairs. 

The Virtual Room

This interactive zone allows you to be the star, form your squad and save the world. 

With the latest virtual reality gear, you can move around, collaborate with your team and manipulate objects in a specially designed play area. 

It is a thrilling experience with 2,3,4 players. 

Players have to be 12 years and over to participate. 

It can be booked only on the same day, in-person, and allotted on a first-come, first-serve basis.

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