Musee Grevin (Paris Wax Museum)

Musee Grevin (Paris Wax Museum)

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Musee Grevin is a private wax museum where French and international stars, present and past, are grouped amidst dazzling decors.

It houses around 450 wax figures. What would be more magic than photographing yourself with Brad Pitt, Monica Bellucci, Titeuf, Jean de La Fontaine, Tony Parker or Mika... Many events of French history are also recreated like Louis XVI’s captivity at Temple or Jeanne d’Arc at the stake. Important 20th century events are recreated as well like the first man walking on the Moon or the fall of the Berlin Wall.

New stars are often inaugurated at Musee Grevin: Nicolas Sarkozy’s figure is exhibited since 13th July 2006 and basketball player Tony Parker’s wax figure was incorporated on 8th October 2006. A one of its kind show created for the 1900 Universal Exhibition can be found at Grevin since 1906: The sounds and lights of the Palais des Mirages, restored in 2006, has dazzled many generations and thousands of visitors since it’s inauguration.

Despite its 131st anniversary in 2013, Grevin is absolutely modern thanks to its complete renovation. Grevin remains a key spot in Parisian entertainment.

Opening times:

Daily, 9.30 am – 7.00 pm (last admission 1 hour before closing time)


Musée Grévin
10, Boulevard Montmartre
75009 Paris


Metro: Grands Boulevards (L8, L9)
Bus: Grands Boulevards (L20, L39, L48)

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