The Grévin museum (Paris)

The Grévin museum (Paris)

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The Grévin museum is a museum that traces the history of France and current events through staged wax figures. Inaugurated in 1882, the Grévin museum is one of the most famous museums in Paris. It is spread over two floors and houses four hundred and fifty characters.

On the ground floor, the outstanding personalities of our time are staged; we can see politicians as well as rock stars, actors and great sportsmen. Each year, figures are added throughout the events. In the basement, the galleries tell great episodes of the history of France such as Roland in Ronceveaux, the assassination of the Duke of Guise, Louis XIV in Versailles, etc. The museum theater offers mime and magic shows. There is an annex of the museum on level -1 of the Forum des Halles where the tables organized in sound and light show 130 figures from the Belle Époque.

Grevin Museum

10, Boulevard Montmartre - 75009 Paris -

01 47 70 85 05

Opening hours

- From Monday to Friday :

10:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

(Last entry at 5.30 p.m.)

- Saturdays, Sundays, public holidays and school holidays:

10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

(Last entry at 6:00 p.m.)

For further

- Grévin Museum by Catherine Boeuf

- The site of the Grévin museum.

Video: Museum GREVIN PARIS July 2020