Madame Tussauds is hosting a global scavenger hunt that culminates in an interactive exhibit based on Warner Bros.’ 2017 Justice League film.
The interactive wax museum exhibit “Justice League: A Call For Heroes” opens May 25 at Madame Tussauds Orlando and takes visitors through a series of challenges.
The installation will be made to look like comic book and film locations of Gotham City and Metropolis, where villain Lex Luthor is—once again—trying to take over the world. A series of three scenarios have visitors using “superhero abilities” and props to stop the bad guys with the “help” of Wonder Woman, Batman and Superman.
First, visitors will “harness their inner superpower” to unleash a powerful blast from Wonder Woman’s gauntlets. Next, they’ll help Superman lift a real helicopter before finally using the Bat Signal to summon Batman. Each of the wax figures is made to look like their respective film actors—Gal Gadot, Henry Cavill and Ben Affleck.
Madame Tussauds is promoting the event with a scavenger hunt across five global cities. Beginning on Friday, fans will be challenged to find hidden “Mother Boxes” around London, New York, Canada, Atlanta and Orlando, each one revealed a few days apart through May 12.
In Justice League—and the DC comic book universe—Mother Boxes are otherworldly containers that wield ultimate power, especially when combined. Finding all five boxes ties into the story behind an upcoming exhibit.
Clues as to the whereabouts of said Mother Boxes will be provided through Madame Tussauds’ official Instagram page and with the hashtag #FindTheMotherBoxes.
Those who find the Mother Boxes first will be awarded a VIP trip to Madame Tussauds Orlando to take part in Justice League: A Call For Heroes, as well as passes to MegaCon Orlando and Sea Life Orlando Aquarium.
This latest exhibit, which will also open in Sydney later in the year, is part of Madame Tussauds’ ongoing strategy to attract visitors through experiences. In 2016, the New York location partnered with Sony Pictures Entertainment for an interactive Ghost Busters exhibit.