We started the day at the highly expensive Madame Tussauds.Lucky, we didn;t have to queue too long and soon we were in the musuem. The experience is planned out across four floors and is very clever. You start the tour on the top floor with the 'Party' wax figures, and then make your way down each floor to visit the 'sports' figures, and then the music and political/cultural figures. It can get pretty crowded inside the waxwork museum; people tend to push and shove each other so they can get a good photo with the wax models. Some waxworks are much more popular than others and the crowds for various models can be overwhelming and you have to literally fight your way to have a photo snapped with them. However, the girls soon got into character and started posing next to all the exhibits, some of which they recognised and some I did! We really enjoyed the Spirit of London, where you sit on a london taxi and visit an interactive Timeline of London, as the girls had been learning lots of the history of London at school. We also loved the Marvel 4D cinema show where along with the 3D vision experience, we also had air pressured onto the backs of our necks, and light punches from the back of our seats and the Star wars exhibition which was mostly definitely the highlight of the day.