Skip the Line: Grevin - Paris Wax Museum
Skip the Line! Book your Grevin Museum entry ticket ahead of time to take advantage of jumping the queue at the ticket disk.
Discover a completely renovated Grevin Wax Museum. Experience the spirit of Paris of yesterday and today with scenes from the major events of the 20th century, French history and the latest news. See the brasserie, the theatre, artists' studios - all the legendary Parisian haunts where you will rub shoulders with the "Tout Paris" celebrities. Three hundred wax figures are waiting to meet you, to be photographed with you and be remembered forever.
The Grevin's free discovery tour reveals the well-kept secrets of making wax celebrities! After meeting Lorie, Mimie Mathy, Louis XIV or Jean de La Fontaine, children can have fun finding out how all those wax figures are made.
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- Monday to Friday (outside French school holidays): 10am to 6pm
- French school holidays and weekends: 9am to 7pm
- December 24 and 31: 9am to 6pm
- December 25: 1pm to 7pm
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Grevin - Paris Wax Musem
- Entrance ticket
- Guaranteed to skip the long lines
- Gratuities (optional)
- Hotel pickup and drop off
- Food and drinks, unless specified
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Wheelchair accessible
- A minimum of one hour is recommended to visit Grevin Wax Museum
A sumptuous marble staircase, built in 1900, leads you to a world which is one-of-its kind worldwide, beginning with the Hall of Mirrors. Don't expect to believe your eyes and ears! Created for the 1900 Universal Exhibition and moved to the Grevin Museum in 1906, the Sound and Light show of the Hall of Mirrors (Palais des Mirages) has dazzled many a generation and thousands of visitors. You must not miss this unique show nor the thrills you will want to share with family and friends!
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The celebrities on the front page all meet at that most Parisian of addresses : fashion shows, actors in their dressing rooms before walking onto the stage, or the relaxed atmosphere of the "Brasserie Parisienne", you will be sharing a happy hour with all the great artists and writers of the 20th Century. Some of the stars attending the party: Ernest Hemingway, Luciano Pavarotti, Pablo Picasso, Naomi Campbell, Jean Reno, Michael Schumacher, Romy Schneider.
Snapshots of the 20th Century
Back through the 20th Century in 10 major events, remembered with emotion and as immortal as photographic snapshots; set for ever in our collective memory, they have been chosen to illustrate the past century: from the first step on the moon on the night of the 24th July 1969, to the fall of the Berlin Wall in November 1989, from the first Channel crossing by Louis Bleriot in 1909 to the Football World Cup in 1998, let the Grevin lead you along the path of the history of our times.
History of France
From the Middle Ages to the 19th Century, through the Renaissance and the Second Napoleonic Empire, the Grevin stages the highlights of France's history: Jeanne d'Arc burning at the stake, Louis XIV and his court at Versailles, or the assassination of Henri IV. A unique voyage where you can meet the men and women who made history.
The Grevin Collection
Discover the collection of Grevin masterpieces, those that down the years created its legend. A 100 years of the Spirit of Paris to be lived again in the sumptuous decor created in 1882, the Hall of Columns and the Dome. Some of the most famous works in the Grevin collection are : Albert Einstein, Charles De Gaulle, Mahatma Gandhi, Michael Jackson, John Paul II, Elvis Presley and Alfred Hitchcock.
New for 2015!
Grévin will be transforming some of its worlds, most notably the "Fashion" and"Sport" zones, with the arrival of many more personalities.
Reviewed by: Fleur C, June 2015
Very helpful staff at the museum and definitely worth a visit :)!
Reviewed by: mfathy, April 2015
very nice place, must visit