Madame Tussauds, London

Baker Street, Marylebone, London NW1, UK

Madame Tussauds is the largest and most famous in the world wax museum. It opened in 1835 on Baker Street. In 1884, the wax museum moved to Marylebone Road, which is to this day. The fame of the museum brought the Cabinet of Horrors, which appeared in 1845, and is a collection of death masks of guillotine victims Paris. Here you can see the villains, serial killers, torturers and their victims. Over time, exposure replenished wax masterpieces of other famous people such as Sir Walter Scott and the famous British Admiral Nelson. At the moment, the museum displays everything that happens in the world. Wax up images of many well-known actors, musicians, scientists, politicians, singers and public figures.. As of today in the London museum is more than a thousand pieces of wax from different eras..

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