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Madame Tussauds: Eat, Play, WinMadame Tussauds: Eat, Play, Win

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The Ultimate Times Square Experience - Eat, Play, Win & See the Stars!
First, visit Madame Tussauds New York, the one place where you can get up close and personal with over 200 life-like wax figures of the world’s most fascinating icons in entertainment, sports, history and more! Next, finish off your day in New York with a delicious and unforgettable meal experience at Dave & Busters - the one and only place you can enjoy great food and drink, play hundreds of awesome arcade games and watch your favorite teams on TV. The most fun you can have all under one roof! How’s that for a Times Square Experience?

Discount Package Includes: Up to 35% Savings

  • LIRR Off-Peak Round-Trip rail fare
  • One All Access Ticket to Madame Tussauds NY
  • At Dave and Busters:
    • Choice of Entrée
    • Choice of Beverage (Coffee, Tea or Soft Drink)
    • Power Card: 24 Chips ($5 Value)

Adults: $59.25 Zones 1-10; $70.25 Zones 12-14
Children (5-11): $39.25

Seniors 65+ should check current regular admission and rail fare, and compare with adult package price.

Hours:
Monday-Thursday 11 AM - 1 AM
Saturday 11 AM - 2 AM
Sunday 11 AM - 12 PM

Must redeem at Madame Tussauds. Client will receive Madame Tussauds ticket & Dave and Busters voucher at Madame Tussauds counter. Client will have 2 weeks to redeem meal at Dave & Busters.

For more information visit: www.nycwax.com

Buying Tickets at LIRR Gray, Green or Blue Ticket Machines:
Press the “Getaways/Packages” button on the first screen, then select NYC Getaways, then the button for your package or deal. Pay with credit cards or ATM/debit cards. Gray and green machines also accept cash. See here for more information on buying tickets. 


Travel Information from Penn:

Address: 234 West 42nd Street (between 7th and 8th Avenues); 800-246-8872/ 646-495-2015

Walking: Eight blocks uptown to 42nd Street; venue is on your left.

Subway: E train uptown (toward Queens) to 42nd Street and 8th Avenue; walk one block east to the Museum.

For Travel information, see schedules or call 511and say "LIRR".
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