- All Year Round, Daily.
- 10:00 to 18:00.
Grévin Museum Address:
- 10 Boulevard Montmartre, 75009 Paris.
About The Paris Grévin Museum:
The Grévin Museum is a must-see Parisian visitor attraction. Over 61 million visitors and over 2,000 different figures have graced this extravagant building's halls since 1882. It's a timeless experience for all the family, and with new celebrities
each year no two visits are ever the same. Strike a pose next to the trendiest stars and surprise your friends with astonishing photos!
This year the Grévin Museum is continuing its transformation by adding new, themed displays to its collection. Following on from fashion, sport and music, you can now meet figures from the world of French gastronomy, such as Michelin starred chef Anne-Sophie Pic and pastry chef Pierre Hermé. The immersive experience is bolstered by fantastic set pieces, sound and lighting effects.
A sumptuous marble staircase built in 1900 ushers visitors into this one-of-a kind world. At the top is the Hall of Mirrors, a stunning visual spectacle which has wowed visitors since its unveiling at the 1906 Universal Exhibition. You can also discover rooms with spectacular decors as well as an authentic Belle Epoque theatre.
- Download the full attraction map here.
In the new Discovery Workshop visitors can see just what it takes to create a celebrity double. Crafting a wax figure requires 6 months of work by over 15 artists. Measurements, photos and videos are taken during an initial meeting with the celebrity, nothing is left to chance. A beautiful head of hair may require 500,000 strands to be implanted by hand! 30,000 bees work for nearly 2 months to produce the 5kg of wax required just to create a face.
Grévin Paris | Getting There:
The Grévin wax museum is located at 10 Boulevard Montmartre, in Paris' 9th arrondissement. It can be reached via the following Metro stations: Grands Boulevards (lines 8 & 9), Bourse (line 3) and Richelieu-Drouot (lines 8 & 9). It can also be accessed on the following bus lines: 20, 39, 48, 67, 74 and 85.
- Click here to view and download the Grévin Museum location map.