Do you want to mingle with celebrities from the world of sport, television, comedy, music and even royalty? Madame Tussauds Blackpool offers you the chance to get up close with some of Britain’s best-loved stars, with a wealth of home-grown and international talent providing the perfect family day out.

Stars of the Small Screen

At Madame Tussauds Blackpool, you will be able to interact with the personalities at the heart of your favourite shows.

Enjoy a pint in the Rovers Return

As one of the nation’s best-loved soaps, Coronation Street holds a special place in the hearts of many TV viewers. Madame Tussauds Blackpool has a real treat in store fans, with the opportunity to enjoy a pint in the show’s very own Rovers Return.

There is a fully licensed bar where you can sit and relax with your drink, and you will be joined by many of the show’s most popular characters, including Ken and Deirdre Barlow, Jack and Vera Duckworth, Bet Lynch and Hilda Ogden.

Sporting Superstars

There is plenty for sports fans to enjoy at Madame Tussauds Blackpool, with some of the country’s biggest names on display.

There is plenty more for children to enjoy as well, from target practice with ‘The Power’ to a secret inside each of the changing room lockers.

Chart-Topping Musicians

Who wouldn’t be excited to meet their favourite pop star? Madame Tussauds Blackpool is home to some of the biggest names to have hit the British charts.

Comedy Capers

Comedy has a special place in Blackpool history, with many of Britain’s best-loved comedians honing their talents on the resort’s stages.

A Royal Reception

As if all that wasn’t enough, Madame Tussauds Blackpool is also home to royalty, with The Queen, Prince William and Kate Middleton all waiting to welcome you in the Best of British area.

Here, you can wear the crown and sit on the throne for a perfect photo opportunity to end your visit.

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30 thoughts on “Blackpool Madame Tussauds full walk through

  1. Well Madame Tussaud’s I just did a walk through on my phone, definitely not going to waste my time or money doing a visit in person. I have to say it’s a gross disappointment. How you have the audacity to even charge the public for such a mundane boring display of trash like this is beyond most people with a brain is staggering. I walked round Tussauds as a boy in the 60’s and the scenes were awesome. People were captivated by the brilliance of imagination and wonder of it all. You were literally the talk of the town in those days, but this is appalling.PLEASE, PLEASE use your imagination again.

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