Madam Tussaud Museum
The wax museum Madame Tussauds is returning to India. The museum will be located in a Noida mall. 50 Indian and international luminaries from sports, entertainment, history, and music will be featured at the new venue. Madame Tussauds India will let visitors to get up up and personal with celebrities as well as some of their most iconic moments.
The museum first opened in Connaught Place, Delhi, in 2017, but was forced to close owing to the pandemic. DLF Mall of India, one of the country’s major shopping malls, would be its new destination. The museum is open to the public under rigorous anti-Covid guidelines. Madame Tussauds has a 200-year history and legacy, having first opened its doors in London in 1835. Sculptors at Madame Tussauds employ the same techniques as the legendary Marie Tussaud to produce each figure. It takes a minimum of 12 weeks for an artist to construct a single life-like figure.