Save 20% on your family’s next starring role at Madame Tussauds Singapore

Last updated 23rd May 2024

Madame Tussauds was founded in 1835, making it one of the oldest visitor attractions in the world. It’s also one of the most popular. So how do you get to be almost two centuries old and still delight millions of people every year? Madame Tussauds Singapore knows the secret. And we know the secret to saving 20% on your next visit.


Marvel Universe 4D, Madame Tussauds Singapore

Madame Tussauds is The Ultimate Fame Experience

What makes Madame Tussauds such a legend. might be the chance to brush with fame, after all there’s nowhere else that brings you so close to celebrities, lets you stand face to face with royalty, offers up-close-and-personal encounters with historic legends, and even gives you one-on-one time with your favourite superheroes.

In fact, when you put it like that, it’s almost certainly the fame-factor that appeals. But then there’s the impressive skill and artistry that goes into creating each wax figure, and there’s no doubt that plays a big part in Madame Tussauds’ popularity too.


Striking a pose with Madonna

Each wax figure takes at least three months to craft

It takes over 250 measurements and at least three months to create a figure and the pressure to get an exact likeness must be astonishing, because whether it’s someone famous or infamous, their recognisability is what makes them Madame Tussaud’s material. Plus, every figure of a living celebrity has to be endorsed by them. So we probably don’t need to tell you that only the best craftspeople have the qualities to create the world’s most detailed and lifelike wax figures.


Arnold Schwarzenegger as the Terminator, Madame Tussauds Singapore

Most of all Madame Tussauds delivers on fun

However, great artistic talent aside, one of the main reasons Madame Tussauds is so enduringly popular is its sense of fun.

This isn’t somewhere you wander around and admire the exhibits, it’s hands-on and interactive, always up for a selfie and not shy about getting visitors in on the act. And that can mean anything from sharing an epic post-goal moment with Cristiano Ronaldo to snagging a selfie with Lee Min Ho in the K-Wave zone.


Snag a selfie with Harry Styles

Madame Tussauds Singapore continues the fun tradition on Sentosa

That sense of fun along with several incredible only-in-Singapore experiences is what makes Madame Tussauds Singapore such an unforgettable family day out.

And that goes for all the family because fun starts here at six years old and has no upper limit. So K-Pop keen teens are as welcome as history hunting grandparents or moms swooning over Ranveer Singh and dads channelling Vin Diesel.


Meeting Vin Diesel, Madame Tussauds Singapore

Who would you like to meet? Madame Tussauds Singapore can introduce you

There are over 80 wax figures at Madame Tussauds, so whoever your kids are crushing on at the moment, they’ll probably be here, and as lifelike as if they are in real life: check Harry Styles’ ink for authenticity.

But looks aren’t everything, so feel free to belt out a banger with Dua Lipa, share a mike with Katy Perry, step straight into Michael Jackson’s squad or just about anything else that makes for a great selfie.


Ultimate Film Star Experience, Madame Tussauds Singapore

Get ready to be starstruck by the Ultimate Film Star Experience

Nowhere outshines Madame Tussauds when it comes to Indian Cinema megastars either. So, stake a claim to fame and audition alongside the likes of Amitabh Bachchan, Varun Dhawan or the latest arrival, Ranveer Singh.

Now it’s your turn to shine in your own Bollywood Movie. So act like movie star, give it your all and know that seeing yourself on the big screen with your idols puts mere selfies in the shade.


Tea time with Audrey Hepburn, Madame Tussauds Singapore

Meet more legends in one place than you ever dreamed possible

Alternatively, get interactive with sporting legends; walk on to set with icons like Marilyn Monroe; pose beside Barack Obama; rescue ET on Elliott’s bike; hop on the Terminator’s Harley or take afternoon tea with Audrey Hepburn, for full-on Breakfast at Tiffany’s vibes.


Getting hands on with Iron Man, Madame Tussauds Singapore

Hold on to your popcorn for Marvel Universe 4D

Then, fame seekers who’re as much into superheroes as superstars, can grab some popcorn for Marvel Universe 4D.

The only movie of its kind in Southeast Asia, this pin-you-to-the-seat experience features unbelievable special effects, as well as closer than close encounters with heroes and anti-heroes of the Marvel Universe from Loki and Thor to Black Panther, Spider-Man and more.

Just be aware, you’ll flinch, duck, and dive, a lot: the world of 4D is shockingly real.


Meet n greet with Barak Obama, Madame Tussauds Singapore

Prepare for a fun take on history at Madame Tussauds Singapore

Even the building which houses Madame Tussauds Singapore delivers on history from its charming, traditional architecture to the fact that it was used as barracks during WWII.

However, the world’s oldest visitor attraction doesn’t do history lessons as you know them. Nothing here is dry and dusty, every learning moment is laced with fun and there’s no shortage of conversation starters.

And, lifelike as the wax figures are, nothing brings history to life like first hand experience, so expect to answer kids’ endless questions about anything from the Premiership of Lee Kuan Yew to the reign of Queen Elizabeth II.


Images of Singapore bringing history to life

Take a nostalgic tour round Images of Singapore

One question you won’t have to answer here is: how did Singapore transform from humble origins into a 21st Century powerhouse. That story is told in vivid, colourful and fascinating detail at the Images of Singapore.

Here visitors can drop into an early 19th century Malay fishing village; wander round Commercial Square in the 1800s; watch Singapore on TV from the 1950s and 60s (fuzzy, black & white, yet still captivating) or even take a seat at the original Jubilee Cinema and soak up the vintage vibes.


Spirit of Singapore Boat Ride

Sail away on the enchanting Spirit of Singapore Boat Ride

Finally, climb aboard the Spirit of Singapore Boat Ride and be swept away on a spellbinding voyage through time.

Another first for Madame Tussauds Singapore, this multi-sensory experience sails visitors through the nation’s past and present; tells tales of people and places, and throughout pays stunning tribute to Singapore’s powerful national identity, unique place in the world and its diverse and complex culture.

Just more Madame Tussauds Singapore magic to add to the family memory bank.

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