From the Botanical Gardens, I moved on to visit the Madame Tussauds Wax Museum Las Vegas, which was undoubtedly the most intriguing destination in that tour. Situated in the city of Venetian, it was great pleasure to visit the place. On reaching there, I was in the midst of some of the world’s most famous personalities and it was hard to believe they were actually made of wax. I purchased ‘Las Vegas Power Pass attractive Pass’ at a value of $29.95, which provided free entry to Madame Tussauds Wax Museum and included many popular tourist attractions.
The museum opens on all days, including the day of Christmas for tourists. The timings are well suited as it opens from 10:00 am every day but closes at 9:00 pm from Sunday to Thursday and at 10:00 pm from Friday to Saturday. Though for special and private events it may close earlier. One can book advance tickets online as per the requirements, which are only a little expensive than the local ones.
So many wax figurines of Hollywood stars like Hugh Hefner, Sandra Bullock, Halle Berry, Mathew McConaugher, Leonardo DiCaprio, my favourite and Jennefer Lopaz were all there. Not just them, but TV Stars like Sofia Vergara and Simon Cowell, Marvellous Super Heroes like Iron Man and Thor, Film Stars like John Wayne and Cameron Diaz, Legends like Elvis Presley and Criss Angel of Las Vegas, Music Stars like Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Michael Jackson, Madonna, and many more were there to take my breath away. And to click pictures with them giving awesome poses was just very exciting. And how can I miss sharing about the athletes’ room, which was next to the room of actors and actresses.
Though my interest is more on Hollywood Stars but Super Heroes are my love too. They have a 4D movie there based on famous Super Heroes. Moving way ahead the exhibit ended with a gift shop, which was very affordable and I purchased some gifts that were film related. Even Oscar replicas were there and people were really buying them with great interest. I just loved my every moment at Madame Tussauds Wax Museum Las Vegas and was ready to see the Southern Nevada Zoological Botanical Park.