The doors of Madame Tussaud’s Interactive Attraction at the Venetian in Las Vegas are always open for new customers. I have been asked regularly why this is an exhibit that I frequent at least once a year during my many Las Vegas trips. These inquisitors wonder if Madame Tussaud’s Interactive Attraction at the Venetian in Las Vegas is worth the money.
I should start out by pointing out the fact that Madame Tussaud’s Interactive Attraction at the Venetian in Las Vegas is not an inexpensive attraction. General admission will run $25 a person. Children under six are free, but you will pay $15 for any child between the ages of seven and twelve. Students and seniors are $18.
What do you get for the price? Madame Tussaud’s Interactive Attraction at the Venetian boasts of the fact that you will be able to take your picture with over 100 life-like wax sculptures. They range from sports stars to Hollywood actors, to world leaders, to the biggest music stars.
Most of the wax sculptures are positioned in ways that lend well to photographs. With the wide selection of wax sculptures that Madame Tussaud’s has on display at the Venetian, it would be very hard for someone to walk through without finding at least a few likenesses to stand next to for a picture. With the fact that there is no charge for taking a picture, you could take your picture next to each exhibit if you wanted to.
If you were to simply walk through the Madame Tussaud’s Interactive Attraction at the Venetian, it would probably take around twenty minutes. Add on the time that it would take you to admire the wax sculptures, and the amount of time that it would take to pose for pictures, and the activity could take an hour or more to get through.
Is it for You?
At the entrance to the Madame Tussaud’s Interactive Attraction at the Venetian in Las Vegas, there is a running list of some of the major, “stars,” that they have on exhibit at the time. Take a look at the list to see if there are any that appeal to you. Also, you can check with some of the people exiting the exhibit to see if there are any figures that you might like to have a picture with. As I said, with the number of wax sculptures, you are almost guaranteed to find at least one of interest.
The exhibits at Madame Tussaud’s change on a regular basis. New sculptures come in, old ones are put into storage, or other older ones are taken out of storage. Sometimes, sculptures are moved from one location to another. I have been to this exhibit more than once. I try to go once every few years when I am assured that most of the exhibits have changed.
Madam Tussaud’s Interactive Attraction at the Venetian in Las Vegas regularly runs coupons in many of the local magazines and new papers. Make sure that you check these out before you go to see if you can save some money. A few years ago, I found a, “buy one get one free,” coupon for tickets. That saved us, $25!
If you have never been to Madam Tussaud’s Interactive Attraction at the Venetian in Las Vegas, I suggest going. While the prices are fairly high for a short Las Vegas attraction, the extra time that you will spend taking pictures really makes it worth the time. Plus, if you are able to aim your flash right, it might even appear that you were standing next to the real star.