The Madame Tussauds is the famous wax museum in London. There is an exhibition of celebrities made of wax since the late 18th century. Since 1970, the famous exhibition of wax figures has also been held in other cities. In 1970 the first branch opened in Amsterdam, in 2008 Madame Tussauds opened in Berlin near the Brandenburg Gate in the street Unter den Linden. In the meantime there are branches in more than 20 cities around the world, in Germany there is the wax museum Madame Tussauds only in Berlin. In Austria there is a branch in Vienna.
Tickets should be bought in advance on the Internet at this link (usually cheaper online and you avoid long queues at the cash desk).
Wax figures of prominent persons in life size are exhibited. Such figures look very real. You almost have the feeling that they are living people. A highlight for visitors of the Madame Tussauds is the possibility to photograph themselves together with the real wax figures. On photos, the figures look even more real. So you can see yourself with Angela Merkel, Heidi Klum, Boris Becker or Franz Beckenbauer.
Admission prices and tickets Madame Tussauds 2020
On site adults pay 25 Euro. Children up to 14 years pay slightly less. It is a private museum, which lives from the entrance fee, therefore the relatively high prices. Nevertheless, we think that every person should definitely have a look at a wax museum at least once in his life, it is really something special.
Important: You should definitely buy the tickets for the Madame Tussauds Berlin in advance on the internet.
There are 2 reasons for this:
1.The queues at the exhibition of the wax figures are often very long (up to several hours). With Internet tickets with preferential entry, you can simply enter another entrance (VIP entrance) without (or with a very short waiting time).
2. The online tickets are usually cheaper than the ticket at the ticket office in Madame Tussauds Berlin.
For most tourists it is worth buying the Berlin Welcome Card. On the one
Opening hours Madame Tussauds 2020
The wax figure exhibition in Berlin is open every day of the year. On most days the opening hours are from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., in winter only until 6 p.m. on some days.
We think you should plan about 1.5 to 2 hours for a visit.
Location and Directions Madame Tussauds Berlin
It can hardly be more central in Berlin. The Wax Museum is located in the boulevard Unter der Linden, about 100 meters from the Brandenburg Gate. If you come from the Brandenburg Gate, the exhibition is on the left.
The best stop is “Brandenburger Tor” (various suburban trains and the underground U55 from the nearby Berlin central station). Bus line 100 also stops here (e.g. from and to Alexanderplatz or Bahnhof Zoo).
While Hotel Adlon, the most famous luxury hotel in Berlin, is diagonally opposite.
Info Madame Tussauds 2020
On display are mainly wax figures of well-known persons, often in their typical surroundings. In the Berlin Wax Museum, for example, you can sit next to Günther Jauch on the candidate’s chair at “Wer wird Millionär”, play the piano with Beethoven or take an IQ test with Albert Einstein.
The athletes in Berlin’s Madame Tussauds at the Brandenburg Gate include Boris Becker, Steffi Graf, Henry Maske, Muhammad Ali, Franz Beckenbauer, Uwe Seeler, Oliver Kahn and Mesut Özil.
International and German stars from film, television and music include Herbert Grönemeyer, Helene Fischer, Hildegard Knef, Thomas Gottschalk, Nina Hagen, Justin Bieber, Madonna, Brad Pitt, Justin Timberlake, all 4 Beatles and many more.
Among the celebrities from politics are Angela Merkel, John F. Kennedy, Michail Gorbatschow, Helmut Kohl, Helmut Schmidt and so on. Also other important persons like the Pope, Anne Frank, Karl Marx, Sigmund Freud, Günter Grass or the Dalai Lama can be seen.
The greatest thing are really the photos with the stars. Absolutely take a camera with you!