You can tell that so much detail and time is put into making these wax figures look almost exactly like the real people. After seeing Bobby D, we moved on to the first big showcase floor which had a variety of celebrity wax figures. Michelle and I had a good time posing, smiling and just generally having a good time. I think our favorite part of that first area was the Hugh Hefner area. As you can see below Michelle decided to get into bed with Hef!
Our final stop at Madam Tussaud's was the Super Hero area. Michelle took a picture with Sue Storm from the Fantastic Four and I had fun acting out what it would be like if I got scooped up by the Hulk! Somehow the expression on my face looks like I am having too much fun. I am pretty sure it would hurt like hell to be grabbed by the Hulk!
Overall, it was just an amazing time. I've always liked how Madame Tussaud's spends time updating and evolving their product. You can tell with things like the Super Hero area that they pay attention to what's popular in general culture. I look forward to going back to Madame Tussaud's and see how the place will continue to grow. It's honestly really impressive that they have stayed open over a decade in a town where things close regularly. Vegas is not exactly a town filled with tradition so its nice to know that this place has become somewhat of a tourist institution here in town. However, I highly encourage my fellow Vegas locals to check out this place. I promise you will have a good time and you will leave with many fun pictures to look back upon. Here's the link to Madame Tussaud's: https://www.madametussauds.com/lasvegas/
Until next time...