EVENTS & HOTELS NEAR MADAME TUSSAUDS
Whether you’d rather harness the Force alongside Luke Skywalker or rub shoulders with the Royals, Madame Tussauds gives you the unique chance to do both. The world-famous waxworks museum continues to excite and innovate with new and impressive waxworks of some of the world’s most famous people and characters.
There are 15 interactive areas, a Marvel Super Heroes 4D movie and a popular Star Wars experience, as well as over 300 stunning and iconic wax figures. It really is a place for all tastes and ages, with an intriguing mix of glitz, history and interactive fun.
HOTELS NEAR MADAME TUSSAUDS
THE CUMBERLAND HOTEL
13 minute journey on public transport to Madame Tussauds
The Cumberland Hotel is just minutes from Madame Tussauds, and so close to Hyde Park that it’s almost in it. With beautiful green space to the west, and epic views of the London skyline to the east, the hotel has the perfect location to access the best bits of the city.
When you’re not out exploring, you can luxuriate in the chic decor of The Cumberland. The hotel also boasts a rockstar history, with its name forever linked to Jimi Hendrix who famously stayed here in the 1960s.
THE ROYAL HORSEGUARDS HOTEL
17 minute journey on public transport to Madame Tussauds
It’s just 5 stops on the London Underground from The Royal Horseguards Hotel to Madame Tussauds. Situated right on the River Thames with incredible views of the city, the hotel has everything you could want or need, whether you’re here for business or pleasure.
Inside the hotel itself the decor combines contemporary design and luxury with period Victorian architecture.
THINGS TO DO NEAR MADAME TUSSAUDS
Once a royal hunting ground, Regent’s Park is now a space for everyone, regardless of lineage. It’s got an artificial lake, tennis courts, a cricket ground, children's playgrounds and the famous London Zoo, as well as beautiful gardens and spaces within it. It’s a great place for an exciting day out (and then some). Find more information about events and things to see at Regent's Park.
THE SHERLOCK HOLMES MUSEUM
Check out the museum dedicated to our favourite fictional detective, the famous Sherlock Holmes. You’ll feel like you’ve just walked into 19th century England and you might never want to leave. To find more information about the Sherlock Holmes Museum and opening times visit the official site.
THE WALLACE COLLECTION
Both a national museum and a prestigious private collection of art bequeathed by the late Lady Wallace, this attraction has one of the best collections of French 18th-century pictures, porcelain and furniture, plus an eclectic mix of 17th-century paintings. Find out what events and collections are on offer at The Wallace Collection.