5 unforgettable celebrities you’ll find in Madame Tussauds London

After playing to 360,000 gig-goers across four nights at Wembley, Harry Styles has decided to pitch up permanently for meet and greets with his adoring fans – kind of. A waxwork recreation of the As It Was singer is being unveiled at Madame Tussauds in London on 17th July.

With fans flocking from far and wide to see him, we’re sending you on a celebrity hunt around the hall of fame that is this iconic waxworks museum. Keep reading to find out who else you can expect to discover!

Harry Styles

Harry Styles performing liveIn June 2023, megastar Harry Styles brought his Love on Tour show back to London’s Wembley Stadium, playing four sold out shows to sell-out 90,000-strong crowds. Let’s hope all of them don’t rush to see him at once when he returns this month. This time he won’t be singing, but fans will have a better chance of getting up close and personal with the Watermelon Sugar star. The Harry Styles waxwork arrives at Madame Tussauds on 17th July as the latest arrival to the iconic museum and the biggest reveal since Lady Gaga in 2011. Harry previously made waxwork headlines last year when the museum decided to retire One Direction’s figures and fans begged them for body parts. Let’s hope they leave this one, which has taken hours of painstaking sculpting, in one piece!

Iron Man, Captain Marvel and Captain America in the Superheroes Zone

Spiderman Madame TussaudsStep inside the Marvel Hall of Heroes at Madame Tussauds, where dreams come true for kids – big and small! Here you will meet all your favourite Marvel characters, including Spider-Man and The Hulk, and learn about their incredible feats of achievement. How do you make wax look like iron? Find out as you come face-to-face with Tony Stark – the billionaire genius who invented the armoured Avenger. Discover your power as you stand on the marker in front of Captain Marvel in mid-flight for a multi-user AR experience. Captain Marvel’s insignia will appear on your chest and a fiery glow will surround you as you harness her incredible binary powers. And take the Super Soldier serum to see how you measure up next to Captain America, whose wax figure stands complete with bulging biceps and trademark shield.

King Charles III, Queen Camilla and Prince & Princess of Wales in the Royal Zone

Royal Palace Madame TussaudsTourists already flocked to London this year to celebrate the coronation of King Charles III. But they are more likely to catch a glimpse of the new monarch at Madame Tussauds than they are a couple of miles down the road at Buckingham Palace. Step into the Royal Palace at the famous waxworks museum and be greeted by the King himself. Charles has recently been redressed by costumiers who spent 140 hours finessing his new look, working with medal specialists and collectors to ensure no detail was forgotten. He stands alongside the Queen consort, Camilla, who wears an elegant midnight blue gown by Anna Valentine, one of her favourite designers. You’ll also be able to meet the Prince and Princess of Wales, William and Kate. She wears an accurate recreation of her stunning sapphire and diamond engagement ring, once worn by the late Princess Diana.

Master Yoda, Darth Vader, C-3PO and R2-D2 in the Star Wars Zone

Anakin Skywalker Wax FigureExplore a galaxy of locations in the Star Wars zone at Madame Tussauds, created in close collaboration with Disney and Lucasfilm. This area provides a unique, immersive experience alongside extraordinarily life-like wax figures. Favourite heroes and villains of Star Wars Episodes I-IX feature. Master Yoda is waiting for followers to join him in his remote world of swamps and forest on Dagobah and Jabba resides in his Throne Room. Recreate the most famous scene of all the movies as you come face-to-face with Darth Vader and he tells you that he is your father! Visit Tatooine – the desert planet located in the galaxy’s Outer Rim Territories – and meet C-3PO and R2-D2, a little battered after their abduction by Jawas. Finally, you can also go saber-to-saber with Anakin Skywalker before stepping aboard the Millennium Falcon.

Drake, Ariana Grande and Stormzy in the Music Zone

Ariana GrandeIn 2021, R&B megastar Drake delighted fans with a surprise appearance at Wireless Festival in London. Then he arrived at Madame Tussauds and never left. Wearing the same outfit from that day, including Cartier and Van Cleef replica jewellery, this is your opportunity to grab a selfie with musical royalty. He’s just one of the many stars on the line up for the Impossible Festival – including Taylor Swift, Beyonce, David Bowie and Freddie Mercury. The highs don’t stop there as you can drop in on pop princess Ariana Grande. Her tiny frame models a pale gold mini dress, similar to one by Versace she posted on her social media. King of UK grime, Stormzy is waiting to receive his fans around the corner. His tracksuit bottoms and vest were donated by the man himself while Banksy gave the museum permission to replicate his Union Jack stab vest.

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