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Madame Tussauds Vienna – tickets, prices, what to expect, timings, FAQs

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Experience the Hollywood glamor and cheer for your favorite sports star only at Madame Tussauds in Vienna.

This wax museum brings you closer to your favorite Hollywood celebs and allows you to see great personalities like Obama and Queen Elizabeth closely.

This perfect family entertainment spot promises unforgettable experiences in specialized zones.

In this article, we’ll share everything you should know before booking tickets for Madame Tussauds Vienna.

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What to expect

At Madame Tussauds in Vienna, guests can get closer to various Hollywood celebrities, politicians, historians, and writers. 

The wax museum has specialized zones, each offering a unique and fantastic experience.

– Music Zone

– Party and Hollywood Zone

– Art and Culture Zone

– Film Zone

– Sports Zone

– Winter Fun Zone

– Wedding Chapel Zone

– Sisi Uncovered Experience Zone

– Virtual Reality Experience with Austria’s “Bergdoktor” Zone

– World War II Zone

Wax figures of Conchita Wurst, Benedict Cumberbatch, Udo Jürgens, Katy Perry, Signmund Freud, Luciano Pavarotti, David Alaba, and Leopold Figl can be seen in the museum.

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Where to book tickets

Tickets for the Madame Tussauds Vienna are available online or at the attraction.

When you book online tickets, you can select a date beforehand and plan your tour accordingly. 

The best part about online tickets is that they are cheaper than the ones you get at the venue. 

Also, you don’t have to tire yourself out standing in queues to get tickets.  

Online tickets also help you avoid last-minute disappointments when tickets get sold out.

How do online tickets work?

Go to the Madame Tussauds ticket booking page, select the number of tickets and date, and click the Book Now button!

After the purchase, you will receive the tickets in your email. 

You don’t need to take any printouts. 

On the day of your visit, show your e-ticket on your smartphone at the entrance for your admission.

Ticket price

The tickets for Madame Tussauds in Vienna are priced at €26 for all visitors above 15 years.

Children between four and 14 years get a €6 discount and pay just €20 for admission.

Kids under three years get free admission.

Discount tickets

Don’t miss out on Madame Tussauds Vienna Saver Tickets, which give you a 10% off on the regular admission price. 

These discounted ticket prices are €23 (15+ years) and €18 (four to 14 years). 

Infants up to three years get a 100% discount!

Madame Tussauds Vienna tickets

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Grab your Vienna Madame Tussads tickets and get a chance to see the world-famous singers, musicians, politicians, artists, and activists. 

This ticket includes only admission. Souvenirs are not included in this ticket.

Ticket Prices

Adult Ticket (15+ years): €26
Child Ticket (4 to 14 years): €20
Infant Ticket (up to 3 years): Free

Save time & money! Buy Vienna Pass and get free admission to Vienna’s top sights including Schönbrunn Palace, Schönbrunn Zoo, Giant Ferris Wheel, Albertina Museum and many more! Enjoy unlimited travel on the hop-on hop-off sightseeing buses with the pass!

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How to reach Madame Tussauds Vienna

The Madame Tussauds Vienna is located in the Wiener Prater Park. 

Address: Riesenradpl. 5, 1020 Wien, Austria. Get Directions.

By Tube

The Praterstern subway station (Lines: U1 and U2) is just a 10-minute walk to Madame Tussauds Vienna.

By Train

The train station Praterstern (S-Bahn lines S1, S2, S3, S5, S6, S7, S9 or S15) is within four minutes walking distance.  

By Tram

The Praterstern is the nearest tram stop to the wax museum and is hardly a five-minute walk away!

By Bus

The closest bus stop is Praterstern and can be reached on foot in five minutes. 

By Car

If traveling by car to Vienna’s Madame Tussauds, turn on your google maps and get started. 

Click here to view the nearby car parking garages. 


The wax museum of Madame Tussauds Vienna is open all days of the week from 10 am to 6 pm.

The last entry is one hour before the closing time. 

How long does the tour take

The Madame Tussauds Vienna tour takes around one hour.

But since your tickets are not timed, you can stay as long as you want and click as many pictures as you want!

Best time to visit

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The best time to visit Madame Tussauds in Vienna is as soon as it opens at 10 am.

The museum gets extremely crowded in the afternoon, and you may have to wait 10 to 15 minutes to click pictures with your favorite stars.

The queues may get long on weekends and school holidays, so prefer going on weekdays for an uninterrupted and peaceful tour.

Different zones

Here are different zones in the Madame Tussauds of Vienna.

Music Zone

Step into the Music Zone and belt out with eminent artists like rapper CRO, Eurovision contest winner Conchita Wurst, and popstars Katy Perry and Michael Jackson.

Clear your throats and hum on tunes of renowned pianist Udo Jürgens and rock and roll with rockstar Falco. 

Party & Hollywood

Experience Hollywood stardom and showbiz at the Party & Hollywood Zone. 

Be ready with your camera to pose with the handsome hunk Chris Hemsworth, gorgeous Zendya, heartthrob Benedict Cumberbatch, dashing Will Smith, pop queen Lady Gaga and many more!

Art & Culture

Celebrate the contributions of famous artists in the Art & Culture Zone and take a look at the legacy they created.

Stand next to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Richard Lugner, Gustav Klimt, Friedensreich Hundertwasser, Sigmund Freud, Luciano Pavarotti and Gottfried Helnwein.


Fulfill your unfulfilled dreams of becoming an actor at the Film Zone, and recreate the iconic scenes with your favorite actors and directors. 

Meet Julie Andrews as “Maria von Trapp,” Hans Sigl as the “Bergdoktor,” and Daniel Craig as the agent of “007”. 

Also, shake hands with Alfred Hitchcock, known as the “Master of Suspense,” Peter Alexander, Austria’s most loved actor, and Audrey Hepburn. 


Fret not if you haven’t yet attended a badminton league, Olympics, or FIFA! You can meet the worldwide famous sports stars in the Sports Zone. 

See Dominic Thiem, David Alaba, and Herbert Prohaska in this zone. 

Politicians & Visionaries

In this zone, you get one in a million opportunities to get closer to the most celebrated politicians and visionaries whose ideas and actions have changed the world.

Share the podium with Barack Obama, hear out the ideas of Karl Marx and Dalai Lama, and meet Heinz Fischer and Queen Elizabeth II.  

World War II

Know and learn more about World War II at Madame Tussauds in Vienna. 

As you enter this zone, you’ll spot a  wax replica of Winston Churchill standing in front of London, followed by an Austrian politician Karl Renner standing in front of Vienna.

The red telephone boxes offer perfect photo ops!

As you walk ahead, you see wax figures of Leopold Figl, Oskar Schindler, and Anne Frank.

Then, you’ll watch Brad Pitt in one of his most notable performances, Aldo Raine in Inglourious Basterds, with director Quentin Tarantino. 

In the end, take a selfie against the wing wall mural. 

Winter Fun 

Experience winter all year at the Winter Fun Zone and take a feel of ski jump with Stefan Kraft.

Wear your VR headset, ski down the hills with expert skiers such as Franz Klammer, Hermann Maier, and Renate Götschl, and party at the après-ski stop.

Only leave this zone after seeing the ski bar.

Wedding Chapel

Celebrate love and romance in the Wedding Chapel Zone with Elvis Presley & Marilyn Monroe. 

In this zone, you can ask for a wedding dress, bridal bouquet, and jacket from the staff if you wish to recreate some magical wedding moments. 

Sisi Uncovered Experience

Take a sneak peek into the life of Empress Elisabeth of Austria in the Sisi Uncovered Experience Zone. 

See how she lived, where she went, what she preferred to eat, and many more things about her life!

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FAQs about the Madame Tussaud Vienna

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Here are some questions visitors usually ask before visiting the Madame Tussauds in Vienna. 

Where should I book tickets for Madame Tussauds Vienna?

To buy tickets to Madame Tussauds Vienna, click here

What are the opening hours of Madame Tussauds Vienna?

The museum is open daily from 10 am to 6 pm. 

Is there any locker facility to store bags at Madame Tussauds Vienna?

No, there is no baggage storage facility. 

Is Madame Tussauds Vienna wheelchair accessible?

Yes! The wax museum is fully accessible to people with disabilities. There are wheelchair ramps and lifts available to ensure their security and safety. 

Can I bring my pet to Madame Tussauds Vienna?

No! Pets are strictly not allowed in the museum, but guide dogs are permitted. 

Can I eat or drink at Madame Tussauds Vienna?

Drinking and eating are prohibited inside the museum. After your tour, you can visit the nearby cafes or restaurants. Click here to view.  

Can I bring my camera for clicking pictures at Madame Tussauds Vienna?

The wax museum of Vienna encourages guests to take pictures and videos and allows them to bring their cameras. 


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