As Election Day nears, it’s time for a Presidential family field trip to Madame Tussauds Washington, DC. The wax attraction will host a Kid’s Election, where even young ones can learn about what it really means to cast a vote.
From Monday, October 31st to National Election Day on Tuesday, November 8, children will have the chance to learn about the election process through this interactive and educational week.
During this time, Madame Tussauds DC will also offer $5 off walk-up and online admission when you mention the phrase, “5 for 45” or use the code 5for45.
Hosted in the President’s Gallery, youngsters will receive a ballot and enter a voting booth where they will cast their decision and join the conversation in the most talked about Presidential race yet. Votes will be tallied and the president elect will be announced, showing Washington’s youth that every vote counts—even the small ones. Each participant will even receive their very own “I Voted” sticker, along with prizes and the opportunity to participate in a presidential scavenger hunt.
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