Madame Tussauds in Vienna is one of the most loved attractions for adults and children. The renowned wax museum, with locations in the main destinations in Europe and the world, is located inside the Prater, the famous amusement park of the Capital.
Founded in 2011, it is currently managed by Merlin Entertainment, an entertainment company based in England.
The museum houses over 80 waxworks arranged in different sections on the three floors of the building. As per tradition, many of the statues are also present in other locations, albeit presented in a different way. Don’t miss the section dedicated to the unforgettable Princess Sissi, a true icon of the country.
There are also the great Austrian sports athletes, political figures and actors.
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If you love selfies and photos with celebrities, you will have the opportunity to spend a couple of hours in a carefree and fun way. The prices are not exactly cheap, especially if you are traveling as a family.
The Wax Museum is located at Riesenradpl 5, inside the Prater. The place is easily accessible by public transport, bus and metro. Pratestern Train Station is just 5 minutes away. You can use the U-Bahn lines U1 and U2 or alternatively the S-Bahn lines S1, S2, S3, S4, S7 and the R1, R2, R3 trains.
The tram line also passes through Pratestern.
The standard fare ticket costs €26 for adults (15 years and over) and €20 reduced for children aged 4 to 14. Free for all children under 4 years old.
With the family ticket adults pay €20 and children €16.
Special tickets are also available that offer access to the museum, photos and drinks included.
From this link, you can purchase your tickets, comfortably from home, at the best guaranteed price.
The wax museum is spread over 3 floors where over 80 statues are arranged. There are sections dedicated to the world of politics, cinema, sport, music. Alongside international figures, we admire some national celebrities such as Hermann Maier, Franz Klammer, Heinz Fischer, Prohaska…