Madame Tussauds in Hollywood, Las Vegas and other U.S. locations will host sleepovers for three nights in April. You get a pop-up bedroom plus dinner, a breakfast basket and all the selfies you can snap for $99 a night.
You also get VIP entry to see your favorite celebrity doppelgangers, a behind-the-scenes tour to learn how wax figures are made and a swag bag.
Rooms go on sale for one-night stays April 5-7 at 9 a.m. Pacific time Thursday at Booking.com (search “Madame Tussauds”).
Up to four guests can stay at locations that include New York City, San Francisco, Orlando, Nashville and Washington, D.C.
By the way, Anna Maria Tussaud, who also went by the name Marie, was a real person, born in 1761 in Strasbourg, France. She learned the art of making wax figures from a doctor, served as an art tutor in Louis XVI’s court, survived the French Revolution and took her creations to display in London.
After she died in 1850, her grandsons moved the attraction to Marylebone Road, where it remains. There are 21 sites, including Beijing, Tokyo and Sydney.