It's a good place to take pictures. It's lifelike. It's fun.
There are many stars... At first glance, I can't tell the real person from the wax figure, especially when there are foreigners around me... But the highlight is that there is a photographic wax figure in the doorway of the three-storey elevator. It will stop for him to take a picture in an instant, and then it will be found that he has remained motionless... Haha, crying foolishly... There are many movie scenes on the second floor. Don't miss them if you have a favorite movie complex. Take photos and take pictures to see who is more creative ~~unfortunately... Didn't find me Edward Norton... I don't know why... Because I am not familiar with Universal Pictures?!?!
Mrs. Tussauds Wax Museum is located on Hollywood Avenue. Visiting the Star Avenue can take photos with the stars. Many characters in the movies can be found here. They are just like real people. At first, they are a little scared. They are sure that they are fake. Barack Obama is also in the museum. He only has to pay extra to take photos. That's all right. No matter, he doesn't spend any money on them.
Madame Tussauds Wax Museum in Hollywood is located on Starlight Avenue. It is not too big. There are fifty or sixty wax figures. But the wax figures are much more lifelike than those in China. It is very convenient to buy good tickets online in advance and exchange them directly through the window.
There are many wax figures in Madame Tussauds Wax Museum in Hollywood. Many of my favorite stars are Raytheon, Wolverine, Marilyn Monroe and Jackie Chan. They are also very realistic. They are cheaper to buy tickets online, and more and more people are on the spot.
It's super big. There are three layers in it. Most of them are European and American. There are many wax figures. It's all about real life, and the images of some stars in the movies. It takes about half a day to see, because there are more than 400 wax figures of stars in it.
This wax museum is not as big as other wax museum, but it is still a very good place. Because of Hollywood's location, the focus is on local movie stars. Most wax figures are like real people (Audrey Hepburn, Ingrid Bergman, etc.) and some may even be better. It's just too short. (I bought tickets for a visit after 7 p.m., which I recommend because the museum won't be too crowded at this time.)