most successful TV crime series—close enough to touch
To see “Tatort,” you don’t have to wait until Sunday evening anymore. Since 2019, an exclusive film set from the series has been on display at Madame Tussauds in Berlin. Visitors can immerse themselves in the “Tatort” world on-site and become part of the investigating team.
True-to-life wax figures
In addition to the realistic wax figures of Jan Josef Liefers in his role as Professor Dr. Dr. Karl-Friedrich Boerne and Axel Prahl in his role as Detective Chief Superintendent Frank Thiel—who together comprise the investigating team in the city of Münster—the exhibit also includes one of the most popular chief commissioners from the world of the crime series: visitors can marvel at the compellingly lifelike wax figure of Maria Furtwängler in the role of Charlotte Lindholm.
When viewers become police inspectors
The elaborately designed crime-scene set will make the hearts of die-hard “Tatort” fans pound. Furnished with their own investigator’s badge, they have the opportunity to become a member of the team and solve the murder case using a combination of information, evidence, and lab analyses. This scene is based on a “real” episode from the TV series, thus bringing participants close to the original.