To meet successive American presidents once and for all, Madame Tussauds Wax Museum in Washington is the best choice. From George Washington, the first president, to President Barack Obama, you can have a close encounter with them. Only the current president will provide special photo taking service for staff members. You can also ask staff members to take photos with your own camera and the president. If not, the next president will be Trump, but you can also find his arch-rival Hillary Clinton, who is also in the wax museum as Mrs. President.
A two-person discount ticket was purchased online for about $16 per person. The tour lasted from 12 noon to 6 p.m. from Tuesday to Thursday. There were a lot of people there. We arrived at 12 noon, and a lot of other people arrived at the same time. It won't happen exactly at the time they discount tickets, because it's too crowded. I like the wax figures of the presidents very much, enjoy them very much, and the rest are general. It's incredible that these wax figures look so real. The whole gallery is a self-guided tour, starting with a small film about Mrs. Tussauds'history and a wax figure beside the road. It's worth a few minutes to see. Play happily.
Listening to the guide's lecture is the Presidential Museum, a self-paid project for local tours. Without thinking about it, I signed up for it. When I came to the scene, it turned out to be Madame Tussauds Wax Museum. It's just about putting all the American presidents in the picture. Plus some statues of American sports stars. Wax statues are very realistic, but if you are not familiar with the history and culture of the United States, the effect is the same as passers-by. It is also a site for local "jump up and jump down" sightseeing.
For the first time, I came to the Wax Museum. This is mainly a wax image of successive presidents of the United States, with few stars. But stars can be seen everywhere, not the President of the United States. There aren't many people here to take pictures and there's no need to queue up. It's worth it.
We have been to Madame Tussauds Wax Museum in many cities around the world. I'm here because I want to see something new. Normally, there is no difference between the two Madame Tussauds wax galleries. I'd like to go here because it's new, but it's not always new. In Washington, unlike other Madame Tussauds wax galleries, the President's section was wonderful, and we absolutely really enjoyed the experience. Later in the evening, there will be no queue.
I haven't been to Madame Tussauds Wax Museum in Hong Kong, but I happened to visit Madame Tussauds Wax Museum for the first time in Washington. Wax Museum is not big. Unlike Hong Kong, there is no queue for taking photos. The most special one in the museum is 44 presidents with fewer stars.
Washington saw Madame Tussauds Wax Museum for the first time. Wax Museum is not big. Unlike Hong Kong, there is no queue for taking photos. There are 44 presidents in the museum. There are fewer stars, but they are all famous. There are also some sports stars and hosts.
The Wax Museum of Mrs. Tussauds in Washington not only exhibits wax figures of celebrities in the entertainment industry, but also wax figures of more than forty presidents from Washington to Barack Obama. The wax figures of American presidents here are incomparable in other museums, wandering among all the presidents born in the two hundred years of the founding history of the United States, as if walking into a living history book, which is very shocking.