Not so grand as Madame Tussaud in London, for instance, but Spanish history is well presented, both ancient and more recent times, interesting interiors from Maurish era, the scenes with Columbus, Cervantes and the conquerers of the New World are interesting, the original part is how they recreated famous pantings of great Spanish artists. There was a sort of a horror train which we didn't manage to visit (we were at a late hour and when they announced the last ride they said that visitors who didn't manage to do it could extend their tickets for the next day, or so we understood, but it was not possible, after all). The admission tickets cost almost as much as in London, so not sure it's really worth the visit, but if you are in Madrid with a smaller child as we were, this is one of the things you can do, it's not so far from Prado and Navy museum, walking distance, about 10-15 minutes.
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