Saturday, May 8, 2021

Madame Tussauds Museum of Wax Sculpture




When else can you be close and take pictures with an artist or idol character without having to be prevented by bodyguards as big as the two-door refrigerator guarding them? You can get that privilege only at the Madame Tussauds Museum which happens to be on Victoria Peak too. Once paddled, two, three islands are surpassed.

Madame Tussauds is a famous wax museum in London, England, with branches in several major cities in the world. This museum was first founded by wax sculptor Marie Tussaud.

At the Madame Tussauds museum, you can meet at least 100 world figures, ranging from artists, sportsmen to political figures or those who have passed away and take pictures with them. There is Cristiano Ronaldo, who may be the dream of the baby football lover, Brad Pitt to Taylor Swift are also waiting to be able to take pictures with your family.

Buy your Madame Tussauds ticket along with Sky Terrace and Peak Tram tickets in this 3-in-1 combo package for 318 HKD (~ IDR 554,000) which, if purchased separately, can reach up to 360 HKD! Not bad, it can save up to 42 HKD (~ IDR 73,000). If you just want to go to this museum without going up to Sky Terrace.

You could say Madame Tussauds Museum is a museum for selfie lovers. Who is not happy to meet an idol, even if it's only a wax 'action figure'.

One of the main attractions of the Tussaud museum is "The Chamber of Horrors". This part of the exhibition features some of the victims of the French Revolution as well as statues of the murderers and other criminals. The name of this room was given by someone in Punch magazine in 1845.

Other famous figures were added to the exhibition space, including Horatio Nelson and Sir Walter Scott. Some of the wax figures made by Tussaud himself still exist today. In 1842, he created a wax figure of himself which is now on display at the main entrance to his museum.

The Madame Tussaud Museum moved to its present address on Marylebone Road in 1884. In 1925 a fire destroyed many of the statues, but their prints were saved so that the historic wax figures could be remade.

Madame Tussaud's wax museum has now grown into a tourist destination in London, adjoining (until recently) the London Planetarium on its west side. This museum already has branches in Amsterdam, Las Vegas, New York City, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Hollywood-Los Angeles, and Washington D.C. Today, Madame Tussauds' wax figures consist of historical figures, royal families, film stars, famous athletes and well-known criminals. The Madame Tussauds Museum is currently owned by a tour company called Merlin Entertainments after acquiring the Tussauds Group in May 2007.

Not just anyone whose figure can be immortalized in this museum. Only famous figures who are considered influential are immortalized in Madame Tussauds.

Well, from Indonesia itself, there are several figures who have now been immortalized in the Madame Tussauds Museum. From presidents to athletes to singers, here is a list of figures who have been immortalized in the Madame Tussauds Museum. President Soekarno, President Joko Widodo, Rudy Hartono, Anggun, and Agnez Mo.

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