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Grévin Museum Paris Wax Museum

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What to expect

How about taking a selfie with the greatest personalities in the world? Come and meet over 200 famous individuals from around the world at the Grévin Museum!

Every year, new wax figures are displayed there for the delight of both young and old. Discover, through a magnificent journey, the architectural and historical heritage of Paris 1900, as well as thematic rooms featuring writers, actors, athletes, or cultural icons.

Musée Grévin Opening Hours

Monday to Friday: 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Weekends, Holidays, and School Breaks: 9:30 AM to 7:00 PM

  • Last entry for visitors is 1 hour before closing
  • Free admission for children under 5 years old
  • Average visit duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes
  • The use of cameras within the premises is allowed.

Musée Grévin in a Nutshell

Fifty years after the opening of the Madame Tussauds museum in London, the famous Paris museum, Musée Grévin, opened its doors for the first time on the Grands Boulevards in 1882. Since its inception, more than 2,000 famous individuals have been exhibited here. Visitors can encounter Gandhi, Albert Einstein, General de Gaulle, as well as Brad Pitt or Angelina Jolie. The idea of showcasing these personalities to the public was conceived by a journalist named Arthur Meyer. During that time, there were few photographs of celebrities, and people struggled to associate an image with their faces. Arthur Meyer enlisted the help of Alfred Grévin, a renowned painter and sculptor of that era, to craft wax figures.

At the time of its inauguration, the public showed immense enthusiasm for these ultra-realistic wax statues of world-renowned figures. In 1900, the museum expanded to include a theater combining wax figures, play of lights, and mirrors. This hall of illusions continues to captivate both young and old visitors today.

Musée Grévin features scenes from French history, such as the assassination of Marat during the French Revolution, and a reenactment of the Saint Bartholomew's Day Massacre on August 24, 1572. However, it's not just French history that takes center stage in this museum. Every year, four French or international personalities make their entrance, including writers, actors, athletes, and cultural icons. Of course, political figures are also exhibited.

Did You Know?

It's not easy to have your wax figure displayed at Musée Grévin. After a rigorous selection process by a jury that convenes twice a year, one must still go through measurements and nearly 600 photos will be required for the most faithful reproduction of one's likeness. Each strand of hair is individually implanted on the wax skull. For even greater realism, hands are cast in plaster to capture even the tiniest protruding veins!

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Customer Reviews

4.7/531 reviews

Sandra C.
December 27th 2023

J’ai énormément apprécié l’instant passé dans ce musée
J’ai mitraillé car vraiment sensationnel la réplique des stars….
C’est également des artistes les créateurs….félicitations à eux….

Jean pierre C.
October 26th 2023
Très bon accueil super visite
October 23rd 2023
Très bonne mis à part qu'ont a pas pu avoir accès au 3eme étage de la tour Eiffel dans l'ensemble paris très belle ville on ce lasse pas il y a tellement de choses à voir mais ont reviendra
October 23rd 2023
Ce lui qui veut voir paris c'est le bateau mouche tout est devant lui .
October 9th 2023
Tornata dopo anni al Museo Grevin, questa volta anche con i miei nipoti, sono rimasta entusiasta di come, non solo il Museo abbia mantenuto il suo fascino ma, anzi, si é superato. I nuovi "personaggi" inseriti in ambientazioni fantastiche sono ancora più perfetti e lasciano di stucco il visitatore. Più che soddisfatta della visita.
Rondro R.
September 7th 2023
Nous y sommes allés en août avec mon fils et c'était vraiment génial 👍🏽🤩
Silvia B.
Einfach toll.
August 20th 2023
Marlène G.
May 31st 2023

Toilettes extérieures payantes et très désagréables.
(Un dépotoir)....
Circuit agréable heureusement.

May 23rd 2023
Très bon moment, au début la longue queue peut faire peur mais au final on a attendu juste 5 minutes.


10 Boulevard Montmartre
75009 Paris
Parking lot
Bourse, 12 Place de la Bourse - 75002 Paris
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89Grands Boulevards
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Common questions

What are the rates for the Grévin Museum in Paris?

The price of admission at the ticket counter for the Paris wax museum is €24.5 for adults (16 years and older) and €18.5 for children (5 to 15 years old). The Grévin Museum is free for children under 5 years old. It's possible to book a discounted dated ticket 5 days in advance, starting from €20 for adults and €16 for children.
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Does the Grévin Museum offer reduced rates and who are they applicable to?

Discounted prices are available upon presentation of valid identification exclusively at the Grévin Museum ticket counters in Paris. Seniors, high school and university students, unemployed individuals, recipients of social benefits, disabled individuals, as well as teachers, military personnel, and police officers are eligible for these reduced rates. The reduced price for adults is €22, and for children, it's €16.70.

What is the Grévin Museum?

The Grévin Museum is the Parisian wax museum where you can find statues of personalities who have shaped and continue to shape world history: politicians, celebrities, scientists, and even athletes come together in one of the most beautiful museums in Paris.

Where is the Grévin Museum located in Paris?

The address of the Grévin Museum is 10 Boulevard Montmartre, 75009 Paris. The museum of wax figures is situated on the famous Grands Boulevards in the ninth arrondissement of Paris, on Boulevard Montmartre, bordered by Rue Drouot and Rue du Faubourg Montmartre, between Boulevard Haussmann and Boulevard Poissonnière. The entrance to the Grévin Museum is right next to the Passage Jouffroy, one of the most famous covered passages in Paris.

How to get to the Grévin Museum in Paris?

The best way to reach the wax museum is by using public transportation. The Grévin Museum is well-served by the metro, with the Grands Boulevards station (lines 8 and 9) just a 1-minute walk away. It's a 5-minute walk from the Bourse station on line 3, and 7 minutes from the Le Peletier station on line 7.

What are the opening hours of the Grévin Museum?

The Grévin Museum is open every day of the year from Monday to Friday, from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM, and from 9:30 AM to 7:00 PM on Saturdays, Sundays, public holidays, and throughout school vacations.

How long does a visit to the Grévin Museum last?

A visit to the Paris wax museum takes at least 1.5 hours. To fully enjoy your experience at the Grévin Museum, we recommend planning for a complete afternoon.

Is there parking near the Grévin Museum?

Parking along the Grands Boulevards can be challenging. If you intend to arrive by car, we suggest parking in a nearby paid parking lot, such as the Indigo Parking at 31B Rue Vivienne or the Chauchat Drouot Parking at 12-14 Rue Chauchat. Expect to pay around €5 per hour of parking.

Is it possible to gift an entry to the Grévin Museum?

You can purchase a Grévin Museum gift card to present to the person of your choice. Simply click on the Offer a gift valid for 6 months tab. The fortunate recipient will be able to choose the date of their visit to the wax museum directly on our website.
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What sanitary measures has the Grévin Museum taken against Coronavirus?

To ensure the safety of its visitors as well as its employees, the Grévin Museum has implemented strict sanitary measures. These include limiting the maximum number of daily visitors, placing hand sanitizer stations along the route, and marking the floor for distancing. Wearing a mask is mandatory inside the Paris wax museum for individuals aged 11 and above. Reception personnel are equipped with masks or visors. The VoiceRoom (karaoke) in The Voice zone will remain temporarily closed.
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