Grevin Museum

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Grevin Museum is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Paris where you can get a chance to see the wax statues of your favorite celebrities and sportspeople. Do not be fooled by the word “statues” as the Grevin Wax Museum is known for its almost flawless life-like Mannequins that will make you doubt yourself. The Grevin Museum Tickets give you the chance to enter the wax-made icons that are so deceiving that will leave you confused.

There are many sections inside Grevin Museum like Sports stars that have your favorite athlete statues waiting for you to take snaps with, historical characters like Napoléon Bonaparte & Albert Einstein, music icons, movie stars and also politicians and famous fashion icons like Jean-Paul Gaultier, Christian Dior. From film stars to great-known chefs to French celebrities and fictional characters, you will find statues from every category. Get the Grévin Museum tickets and take a tour across the Wax Museum and enjoy taking selfies or posing along with famous individuals that look almost real.

What To See Inside The Grevin Museum?

Politicians (Ground Floor, Room 8)

This room is one of the most popular sections inside the Grevin Museum where the Residence of the French president of the Republic Palais de l’Élysée and the Gardens of Emmanuel Macron's office were recreated. Visitors can also look at some of the Great world leaders such as the men of faith such as Pope Francis, and politicians like Angela Merkel, Xi Jinping, Vladimir Putin, Donald Trump, Queen Elizabeth II the Royalty, Head of state, and all the renowned individuals.

Historical Characters (Floor -1, Room 10)

This room at the Grevin Museum has one of the longest galleries that is filled with historical characters in chronological order. Experience the “Time Machine” section that is created to access the floor that includes Albert Einstein, Nostradamus, and the French astronaut Thomas Pasquet. The section also includes a medieval cloister and grotto. You will also find the First king of France, who belonged to the Carolingian and Merovingian dynasties. The History of France and Europe continues with the statues of the great Leonardo da Vinci, Napoleon Bonaparte, and many others.

Sports Stars (Floor -1, Room 12)

With the Grevin Museum ticket, you can explore the Sports Star section which is one of the most populated areas inside the Grevin Museum as it attracts the majority of the visitors, which makes it super crowded even take click pictures with your favorite athlete as everyone wants to pose along with the famous stars like Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Pelé, or Kylian Mbappé. It also has French athletes like Tony Parker who is Olympic and world champion in judo, Camille Lacourt who was a former world champion in swimming, and Sébastien Chabal who was a former rugby player.

Music Icons (Floor -1, Room 13)

Resembling just like an actual recording studio, the Music Icons section is one of the favorite sections of the tourists to visit with statues honoring several international stars and legendary icons of French nationality. Famous foreign artists like Michael Jackson the one with two statues, Lady Gaga, Madonna, Louis Armstrong, Ray Charles, Jimi Hendrix, and Katy perry. If you are a fan of Opera singers, you will find singers such as Luciano Pavarotti, Cecilia Bartoli, Maria Callas, and Roberto Alagna who is a French tenor.

Movie Stars (Ground Floor, Hall of Columns)

The Movie Stars section is the last room before you exit the Grevin Museum with a stunning masterpiece of Merilyn Monroe that gives a royal touch to the Hall of Columns complimented by the Baroque decoration. Hollywood actors are the main attraction in this space with stars like Scarlett Johansson, Meryl Streep, the actors George Clooney, and Brad Pitt, among many other Hollywood celebrities, and also the director Alfred Hitchcock. You will also see the heartthrob of Bollywood Shah Rukh Khan and Ranveer Singh.

History Of The Grévin Museum

The Grevin Museum’s history started when Arthur Meyer opened the museum on June 5th, 1882, who was the former director of the French Newspaper. The name of the museum is a tribute to Alfred Grevin who was a renowned sculptor, humor cartoonist, caricaturist, and costume designer who collaborated in Arthur Meyer‘s newspaper and also in the foundation of the museum.

Back in those times, there was a lack of photography which gave Arthur Meyer the idea to create a place where the people could get to see and know the personalities better than appears in the newspapers. When Alfred started sculpting the very first of his mannequins, funding was received from Gabriel Thomas who was also the person who prompted the construction of the Eiffel Tower.

Grevin Museum is one of the oldest and most popular innovative wax museums in Europe also owning a branch located in Seoul (South Korea) since 2015.

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The Grevin Museum, located in the heart of Paris, offers an enthralling journey into the world of wax figures and artistry. As you step inside, you're transported to a realm where lifelike wax statues of historical icons, celebrities, and fictional characters come alive. Meticulously crafted, each figure captures intricate details that astound and entertain. This interactive museum is a fusion of culture, entertainment, and creativity, providing a unique opportunity to get up close with personalities from various eras and fields in an immersive and engaging setting.

Plan Your Visit To Grevin Museum

Timings & Best time to visit
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  • Timings:

The Grevin Museum is open year-round from Monday-Sunday from 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM on weekdays & The Museum opens a little early from 9:30 PM – and closes at 7:00 PM;

Last admission: 6:00 PM on weekends.

  • Best Time To Visit:
  • The best time to visit the Grevin Museum is to visit on weekdays when the crowd is comparatively less than on weekends. The overall activity i.e., taking a tour of the wax museum will approximately take about 2 hours to complete and is perfect to visit in the afternoon. If you would like to avoid crowds, you can arrive at the location at least 10-15 minutes before your preferred time so you can conveniently make entry to the Wax Museum. Make sure to get yourselves a Gérvin Museum Ticket and be an early bird to visit in the mornings.

  • By Metro:
  • You can take the Metro line 8 or 9 to get to Grands Boulevards Metro station.Metro line 3 will take you to Bourse Metro station from where it’s just a 7 mins walk to the Grevin Museum.

    • By Bus:

    Buses are also frequently available, bus numbers 74,85 and 39 stop at the Grands Boulevards, which is the closest bus stop that is just 90 meters away from the Grevin Wax Museum.

FAQ's Of Grevin Museum

Is the Grevin Wax Museum open?

Yes, the Grevin wax museum is open throughout the year from Monday to Friday from 10 am-6 pm and on Saturdays and Sundays from 9:30 am to 7 pm.

Where can I buy Grevin Museum tickets, Paris?

Grevin Museum tickets can be bought at the Museum itself or you can also buy the tickets online so you can save yourself the hassle of standing in long queues.

What is the best way to buy Paris Grevin Museum tickets?

The best way to buy the Grevin Museum tickets is to buy them online for a better experience. This will not only give you an option to get the tickets in the comfort of your home but also will help you skip the long queue and enter the Museum without any hassles.

What are the Grevin Museum timings?

The timings to visit the Grevin Museum is to visit at 10 am-6 pm (Mondays-Fridays) and 9:30 am-7 pm (Saturdays & Sundays or any other public holidays).

Where is the Grevin Wax Museum located?

The Grevin Wax Museum is located at 10 Boulevard Montmartre, 75009 Paris, France.

Who can I see at the Grevin Museum Paris?

The Grevin Museum ticket gives you access to experience the world of Wax statues from around the world. From Royalty to celebrity actors, sportspeople, politicians, fashion icons, and fictional characters You can spot them at the Grevin Wax Museum.

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