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Madame Tussauds NYC or Vegas

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Madame Tussauds NYC or Vegas

Hi, I am going to both NYC & Vegas for my vacation,and I am undecided as to which Madame Tussaud is the best or have more celebrities to see, can anyone enlighten me??

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Hi liu! I've never been to the one in NYC, but my GF and I just went to the one in Vegas last week, and we both enjoyed it. Go to one of the Tix4tonight places, as they almost always have 2-for-1 tickets for Maddame Tussaud's. There's a few different locations on the Strip, but we went to the one at The Fashion Show Mall and walked over to Madame's from there. As I said, it was pretty neat and a fun, interactive way to kill an hour or two, although I probably wouldn't have thought it was as great if we paid full price! If you go, do yourself a favor and skip the "Horror Show" part. It was REALLY stupid, and a total waste of a few minutes! I can't believe they even bother doing it! Have fun!

By the way, the website for Tix4tonight...

http://www.tix4tonight.com/

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My suggestion would to be to go to Madame Tussands in Las Vegas and then go to Ripley's Believe it or Not in NYC. Ripley's is in Times Square and we went there on our last trip to NYC. We enjoyed it and spent a few hours there.

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Hi Triggerfish! Thank you so much for your feedback, I will have a look ton the website you sent me! I am not into horror stuff, so thanks, I will skip it!

Thanks kgouin! I will do that then, I am staying at a Hotel right at Times Square, so I'll go to Ripley's believe it or not and Madamme Tussauds in LV!

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Hi, I am going to both NYC & Vegas for my vacation,and I am undecided as to which Madame Tussaud is the best or have more celebrities to see, can anyone enlighten me??

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Posted on: 8:05 am, yesterday Save

Hi liu! I've never been to the one in NYC, but my GF and I just went to the one in Vegas last week, and we both enjoyed it. Go to one of the Tix4tonight places, as they almost always have 2-for-1 tickets for Maddame Tussaud's. There's a few different locations on the Strip, but we went to the one at The Fashion Show Mall and walked over to Madame's from there. As I said, it was pretty neat and a fun, interactive way to kill an hour or two, although I probably wouldn't have thought it was as great if we paid full price! If you go, do yourself a favor and skip the "Horror Show" part. It was REALLY stupid, and a total waste of a few minutes! I can't believe they even bother doing it! Have fun!

By the way, the website for Tix4tonight...

http://www.tix4tonight.com/

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Posted on: 11:39 am, yesterday Save

My suggestion would to be to go to Madame Tussands in Las Vegas and then go to Ripley's Believe it or Not in NYC. Ripley's is in Times Square and we went there on our last trip to NYC. We enjoyed it and spent a few hours there.

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