New exhibit allows Orlando tweens to fulfill dreams of snapping selfies with One Direction

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PHOTO VIA MADAME TUSSAUDS
  • Photo via Madame Tussauds

One Direction kicked off their tour of the United States without Zayn on July 9th, but if you’re a true 1D fan you can still see (and touch) the ‘Fab Five’ right here in Orlando.

Madame Tussauds Orlando is hosting a special traveling exhibit featuring wax figures of the original five members of One Direction. The temporary exhibit features the guys sitting on a set of bleachers that guests can sit on for photo ops. The special area for the traveling exhibit is specifically decorated for this showing.



The 1D exhibit has already stopped by numerous Madame Tussauds museums on three continents, but this will be the first showing of the figures since Zayn’s unexpected departure earlier this year.

The One Direction exhibit is included with regular museum admission.



Madame Tussauds worldwide features numerous traveling exhibits but this is one of the first high profile exhibits to stop by the new Orlando museum.

Other figures featured at the Orlando Madame Tussauds include Barack Obama, Walt Disney, Andy Warhol, Tiger Woods, and numerous other celebrities. 

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