Musée Grévin : Wax Museum of Paris
Renovated, visitors will have the opportunity to experience a more modern and interactive visit. In the new Museum 2.0, technology brings the characters to life. In addition, visual projections and interactive terminals allow the visitor to become an artist. Fun is guaranteed for adults and children alike.
History of the Musée Grévin
Inaugurated on 5 June 1882, the Paris Wax Museum is constantly evolving and welcoming new celebrities. Since its inauguration, success has been guaranteed.
Main personalities and celebrities
The Musée Grévin is home to more than 200 personalities and celebrities. You can take pictures with :
-Mozart; -Katy Perry; -Louis Armstrong; -Charlie Chaplin; -Phil Collins; -Salvador Dali; -Johnny Hallyday; -Donald Trump; -Vladimir Putin; -Pelé
In addition, several important facts from the history of France are reproduced in the museum.
In addition to the various photos with artists and historical figures, in the wax museum in Paris it is still possible to live various experiences such as
-Become a technician for The Voice ; -Conducting an interview at the Palais de l'Élysée (seat of the French government) ; -Walking the red carpet like movie stars; -Parade with General De Gaulle; -Playing with Kylian Mbappé; -Visit the Little Prince's planet.
The Paris Wax Museum is open every day of the year. The opening hours of the Musée Grévin vary from year to year. It is best to check the time at which you wish to visit the site.
It is generally open from 9am to 7pm, with the last entry always being allowed 1 hour before the museum closes.
If you can visit during the week, it is better because it is less crowded and you will be able to enjoy your photos better.
How to get to the Musée Grévin?
The Musée Grévin is located at 10, boulevard Montmartre 75009 Paris in the 9th arrondissement.
The nearest metro station is the Grands Boulevards station, where lines 8 and 9 run. You can also easily reach the museum by bus numbers 20, 39 and 48.