How cool would it be to stand next to your favorite celebrity and get a picture with them? Most of us wouldn’t pass up on that opportunity, but realistically the chances of bumping into your favorite celebs isn’t very likely, unless you check out Madame Tussauds. This spectacular attraction offers you the opportunity to get up close to your favorite celebrity’s lifelike wax figure and snap away those pictures.
If if you haven’t made a stop to the Hollywood or Las Vegas Madame Tussauds locations, there is no time better than now to make it happen, as the Hollywood location is rolling out a special 1990’s pop-up exhibit. Reel Talker had an opportunity to attend a preview event for the 90’s themed exhibit. Here is a taste of what you can expect when you attend:
I had an absolute blast at this event. Top-notch presentation, access and hospitality from the fine people at Madame Tussauds and Allied Global Marketing.
Tom Green served as host for the evening, he was a lot of fun to interact with. I enjoyed my conversation with him reminiscing and sharing our favorite 90’s memories. I can’t believe I’m even writing this, as if the 90’s were some ancient past? I remember it well, considering I grew up in that decade.
This pop-up really had nailed the key celebrities and pop culture phenomenons that defined the era. I loved the AOL Messenger chat video box, as well as the playable Nintendo 64. Great symbols of the 90’s. The pool of balls was tremendous, so of course I dove into it. The music was on-point from *NSYNC to Nirvana.
I can’t stress what a great nostalgic night this was for me. I am certain many of you will feel the same way. It’s a trip down your personal memory lane of times that were uniquely special. My heart smiled throughout this short journey as the memories poured and stayed with me hours after. Whether you grew up in the 90’s as a kid, teen, adult or even weren’t born yet, this pop-up will resonate with you in some way. I can’t encourage this place and exhibit any more, just see it, you won’t regret it.
The 90’s pop-up won’t last long, it’s only for a limited time only, but it’s open now to the public, so check it out while it last at the Hollywood Madame Tussauds.
For more information visit the Madame Tussauds online