Times Square is known for its lights and pop culture. It is also known for its many exhibits. One of my favorite exhibits is the Madame Tussauds Wax Museum. The reason for this because the creation of the sculpture looking so real is just art to me. Even though you might not have the chance to meet the famous icon in real life you have a chance to meet them in a wax museum. Madame Tussauds was founded by Madame Tussauds herself. She was a wax sculptor. One of her first model was the famous author and philosopher, Francois Voltaire. She was also known for her allegiance to the French Revolution by making masks of executed nobles and former employers, the king and queen. In 1794 the French Revolution ended. She took over the Dr. Philippe Curtis wax exhibition. Now her wax exhibition is a place to see all over the world.
Madame Tussauds Wax Museum offers sub-category level experience that provides famous sculptures that are in the a-list party such as Denzel Washington, Johnny Depp, and Morgan Freeman. It also provides famous sculptures of the characters that play in films such as E.T, Hulk, Captain America, Thor, and Iron man. The museum also has a video in 4d of the action heros fighting the villains on the big screen. Movies stars and characters are not the only ones that is on display. TV stars, pop stars, and athletics are in display too, such as Jimmy Fallon, Michael Straham, Tina Turner, Michael Jackson, Frank Sinatra, Taylor Swift, Lionel Messi, and Eli Manning. Despite looking at or taking pictures of current celebrities, the museum also have sculptures that is based on American history such as our presidents Barack Obama, Abraham Lincoln, and George Washington. The also have a sculpture of Albert Einstein. How cool is that?
Madame Tussauds is the place to go to take pictures with ancient and current celebrities this weekend or any other weekend. You can visit the venue from 10am-8pm on Fridays and Saturdays. The hours for those days are 10am-10pm. Before going on a romantic evening or a night out with friends a museum of famous wax sculptures is the place to go. It won't be a disappointment. It is a chance of a lifetime.