Pose beside the likes of Beyonce, Queen Elizabeth II, and Bruce Lee at Madame Tussauds Singapore—a waxwork museum with a theme park soul. As well rubbing shoulders with celebrities, you can experience Marvel in 4D at a virtual reality cinema and capture the Spirit of Singapore on a boat ride that reveals different faces of the city.
To skip the line, book admission to Madame Tussauds Singapore in advance. How much you see depends on your ticket package. The Full Experience ticket grants access to Marvel 4D, the Spirit of Singapore boat ride, and three other sideshows. No matter which you choose, you'll see plenty of wax figures. Several Singapore sightseeing passes cover entry to Madame Tussauds, as well as Universal Studios on Sentosa Island, Gardens by the Bay, and Singapore River Safari.
Things to Know Before You Go
- Madame Tussauds Singapore is a must-visit attraction for families and fans of celebrities.
- Food and drink are not allowed anywhere inside the exhibition.
- Madame Tussauds Singapore is fully wheelchair and stroller accessible.
- You can make a wax version of your own hand at the on-site workshop.
How to Get There
Madame Tussauds Singapore is located on Sentosa Island at Imbiah Lookout. The easiest way to reach the museum is by cable car from Singapore Cable Car station, a short walk from the HarbourFront MRT station. Alternatively, the Sentosa Express monorail departs regularly from the third level of VivoCity shopping center.
When to Get There
The waxwork museum is open daily from midmorning to evening. Plan around 1.5 hours to fully enjoy the museum. On days such as Chinese New Year and national holidays, the museum operates reduced opening hours.
Singapore for the Whole Family
In addition to Madame Tussauds Singapore, the sci-fi city has an abundance of family-friendly attractions. Highlights include Breakfast with Orangutans at Singapore Zoo; Adventure Cove Water Park, home to thrill rides and sections suitable even for babies; and Rhapsody Light and Sound Show at Gardens by the Bay.