A full experience ticket is admission tickets which consist of 5 experiences; Images of Singapore, Spirit of Singapore boat ride, Madame Tussauds Singapore, Ultimate Film Star Experience and Marvel 4D Experience.
The admission ticket is only valid for one-time use, on same-day purchase only. Should you wish to re-enter to the attraction after you exit, you will need to re-purchase a new ticket.
All our online tickets are dated. The ticket is only valid on the chosen date, unless stated otherwise. Online tickets can be booked 2 hours prior to visit. Expired tickets will not be accepted and cannot be extended.
Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, we have special measures in line. Please click here for more info.
Yes! Birthday treats for the birthday boy/girl. Enter for free on your birthday itself, and your friends and family can enjoy 50% off. For more information, please read here.
We accept NETS, VISA, MasterCard, UnionPay credit cards, American Express and JCB cards. We also accept cash (Singapore dollars)
If the credit card holder is not attending on the day, you will need to generate a signed consent letter which states that you give permission to collect the tickets with the named party, photocopied of buyer’s photo ID, signature and last 4 digit of the credit card. The letter will then be retained by Madame Tussauds Singapore.
No refund/exchange is allowed.
Within the attraction
No food and drinks are allowed within the attraction (including baby food).
No, the toilets do not include nursing room or baby change table.
No, we do not have any guided tours as it is self-guided.
Due to the situation of COVID-19, our celebs would require social distancing, thus, please maintain social distancing from the celebs!
The boat ride lasts about 3 minutes.
Children aged 12 years and below, and of height below 1.4metres have to be accompanied by adult during the ride. Please note that no babies in arms are allowed.
Wax hands are not recommended if you:
- Have skin allergy
- Have sensitive skin
- Have broken skin
- Dislike hot liquid
- Are under the age of 5
- Have high blood pressure
- Are pregnant
Yes, all the wax figures are placed at the ground level of Madame Tussauds Singapore.
Yes, you can use a wheelchair in Madame Tussauds Singapore. Our trained staffs will ensure that guests who require assistance are transported safely from floor to floor within the building by means of an elevator designated for this purpose. However, we can only accommodate 2 wheelchairs at one time for safety reasons. The Spirit of Singapore boat ride does not accommodate wheelchairs or guest with serious mobility issues.
Families with young children are advised that baby prams are not allowed in the attraction. Prams have to be left outside at the drop-off point. Management will not be responsible for theft or damage to any prams or valuables left inside.
For more information on Accessibility, please click here.
For more enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact us!
Images of Singapore
Yes, photos are allowed in the attraction.
No, Images of Singapore is a walk-through journey that uncovers the nation’s extraordinary history from a humble fishing village to 21st century powerhouse. Travel through time and explore how people lived in Singapore in different eras across a period of nearly 200 years
The attraction takes approximately 20-30 minutes to complete, excluding queuing time.
There are no toilets en-route, guests are advised to use the toilet before entering the attraction.
No, the COMBO ticket is valid ONLY on the day itself. Guests need to visit both attractions on the same given day.
The entrance ticket is for one time use only. Should guests wish to re-enter after exiting the exit turnstile, they would need to purchase a new ticket.
No. Guests are not permitted to eat/drinks within the attraction and including baby food.
Yes, our attraction is wheelchair friendly but we can only accommodate maximum 2 (TWO) wheelchairs at one time (in the attraction) due to safety measurement. If there are more than 2 wheelchair-bound guests, they would need to wait until the first two exits the attraction before entering.
No, Images of Singapore is on two levels; however we have an elevator for guests that require it.