The replica English Tudor style building with all the interesting figures all over it is the home of Louis Tussaud’s Waxworks, not to be connected with Madame Tussauds, who was his great grandmother.
Inside are over 100 lifelike wax figures crafted by recognized wax artists from all around the world.
The figures are divided into 16 separate galleries with specific themes, like monsters, super heroes, movie stars, and more.
Louis Joseph Kenny Tussaud was the great-grandson of Marie Tussaud, creator of the Madame Tussauds wax museums. He worked at Madame Tussauds museum as a wax figure sculptor but left when his brother was named the chief artist and manager of the museum in 1888.
Louis Tussaud created his own waxwork museum in London, which opened in 1890.