Paris Grevin Wax Museum Ticket

Paris, France

From USD 29.17

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  • 1 day (approx.)
  • Paper ticket


Meet over 200 celebrities at the Grevin Wax Museum in Paris with this direct access ticket. Step through the reserved pre-paid ticket entrance to see famous figures populate historic scenes of Paris. Snap photos of the lookalikes, including Ryan Gosling, Marilyn Monroe, Louis XIV, and Mozart, and learn how the wax figures are made at the end of the tour.
  • Entrance ticket to Grevin Wax Museum in Paris
  • Step inside the pre-paid ticket entrance to avoid long museum lines
  • Admire more than 300 wax figures in scenes from historic Parisian life
  • Explore scenes from 19th- and 20th-century France
  • Learn how to wax figures are created after touring the museum

What's Included

  • Paris Grevin Wax Museum Ticket
  • Transport
  • Food and Drink
  • Gratuities
  • Parking Fees

Meeting And Pickup

Meeting point

  • Grévin Museum
    10 Bd Montmartre, 75009 Paris, France

    Voucher holders are not required to queue and have the benefit of priority access.

Start time

Opening hours

  • 10/1/2022 - 9/30/2023

    Monday - Friday : 10:00 am - 05:00 pm

    Saturday - Sunday : 10:00 am - 06:00 pm

End point

This activity ends back at the meeting point.

What To Expect

In 19th-century Paris, curious residents wanted to keep up with the latest news in an era before television. Journalist Arthur Meyer came up with the idea of making 3D life-sized renderings of current events and personalities making the headlines in the popular daily newspaper of the day, 'Le Gaulois.' Parisians took to the idea instantly, flocking in droves to walk through the life-like scenes Meyer had created with wax figures.

Today, the newly-renovated Grevin Wax Museum honors its origins and also includes wax figures from modern decades, too. You, like 19th-century Parisians, can explore historic scenes rendered in wax figures. See settings from 19th and 20th century France – the theatre, artist studios, the brasserie – as well as major events depicted with more than 200 wax figures. Many are positioned so you can pose for photographs with them. See the likes of Louis XIV, Mozart, and Marilyn Monroe, as well as modern celebrities.

After a tour of this famous Paris wax museum, don't miss a chance to learn how all the wax figures are made. Café Grévin serves lunch and gourmet snacks for you either before or after your tour of the museum (own expense).

See the Itinerary section for more details about the various halls of the Grevin Wax Museum.

Grevin Museum

Paris was a busy place in the 19th century, and the public wanted to know everything that was going on. Journalist Arthur Meyer (1844-1917) came up with the idea of creating life-size, three-dimensional models of the people who made the headlines in the famous daily paper "Le Gaulois". Meyer's idea was simple: to create a place where the public could walk through a setting peopled with wax figures. It was an instant success! 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 Louis XIV, Mozart, Jean Reno, Leonardo DiCaprio, and more, children can have fun finding out how all those wax figures are made.

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Additional Info

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • A minimum of one hour is recommended to visit Grevin Wax Museum
  • Last admission 1 hour before Museum closes
  • Stroller accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Transportation is wheelchair accessible
  • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
  • Most travellers can participate

Cancellation Policy

This experience is non-refundable and cannot be changed for any reason. If you cancel or ask for an amendment, the amount you paid will not be refunded.

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      Amazing attraction
      Jason_E, Sept 2022
      The wax museums was amazing they are so life like and really look like the celebrities. We was able to try on some of the costumes etc and it was fun and we totally enjoyed the day. We only wish that they had a few more memorable wax museums like Whitney Houston, Aaliyah, Lisa left eye lopes
      Amazing time at the Grevin Wax Museum in Paris
      Rudolf_S, Aug 2022
      We had a great outing on this Wax Museum, worldwide artists and figures, it does have nice sections that actually you can "interact" with your favorites stars. Money well spend and lots of fun for the whole family.
      Tarshia_G, July 2022
      All of the figures looked so real especially the eyes, and hair and the facial expressions were great!
      IanHouston, July 2022
      An excellent visit. Something unusual and wonderful to experience. Was well.worth the money and would happily go again as needed more time. Well done to all concerned.
      Fun experience.
      Avidesh_S, July 2022
      The Hall of Mirrors was a fantastic and unique experience. The wax figures were pretty decent. Altogether, we had a fun time here.
      John_D, June 2022
      Takes about an hour. It’s fun and a good filler. If you’ve read anything about French history it will make more sense
      Must try
      Eby_J, Sept 2021
      Really Worth visit. Got Wonderful experience , suggest everyone must visit , while staying in paris .
      Jewe_U, Mar 2020
      I loved every moment. I will definitely bring my friends here when next I come to Paris. I took pictures with Obama and other world leaders
      Not enough time!
      Victoria J, Aug 2019
      The line for w tickets or voucher was just as long as the line wo them. I liked having mmt tickets/ voucher in hand early bc things sell out. We did a day trip and the museum is a hot tourist spot. Very crowded but we enjoyed it.
      We enjoyed the wax museum very much...
      susan s, July 2017
      We enjoyed the wax museum very much. All the wax figures looked so very real. It was amazing how real they really looked. I would recommend going thru the museum.
      Some of the wax figures looked...
      LaSaundra_P, May 2017
      Some of the wax figures looked incredibly real, however, there were a few that just wasn't great. But overall its an interesting experience.
      For those who like to learn...
      Teodor L, July 2016
      For those who like to learn everything aut of just a couple of words, the Direct Access Ticket to Grevin Wax Museum worked as expected. For those who are interested in some details, here they are. First of all, there was no waiting line at Grevin's highly unusual for a Paris attraction!: we went staight ahead to the entrance. The explanation of the lack of interest in this museum became obvious very soon after entering it. After a short, uncomfortable and uninteresting light and sound: show in a cicular hall of mirrors that has nothing in common with the object of the museum! we had to walk through a series of rooms more or less populated with wax statues. Unfortunately, almost all of these statues were placed in such positions so that it was impossible to take photos of a real human as if he/she would be interacting in any manner with the characters depicted by the statues -- a huge minus compared to any of the Madame Tussaud's similar museums around the world! The number of international personalities represented by the statues doesn't compare itself with the one in Madame Tussaud's facilities. To make a long story short, visiting Grevin's Museum was an interesting but rather poor experience. It's worth having it once once being the keyword!.
      What a fab thing to do on a rainy...
      Samantha_L, July 2016
      What a fab thing to do on a rainy day. There were a few celebrities that we didn't know or recognise as of course they were from French film and TV but it was still a good few hours fun. The mirrored room and light show as you enter was quite stunning. Pop into the cafe next door, the menus are on masks and the food is really good!
      Very entertaining and amusing. Really...
      Hisham_W, Sept 2015
      Very entertaining and amusing. Really enjoyed it and the kids loved it.
      its good but in comparison to Madame...
      Fatima A, Sept 2015
      its good but in comparison to Madame Tussaud its nothing, there is not alot of the characters and famous celebrities. the place is so small and doesnt worth the visit
      Was really excited about seeing this...
      Susy C, Aug 2015
      Was really excited about seeing this wax Museum. Oh my goodness, so life like. Did not know many of the French stars but there was Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Lady Gaga etc etc. Thought there would be more Kings of Queens of the past, but definitely great to go and see, I think the wax's here are better than Madame Trussards. Must do.
      A good fun day for the kids, very...
      Abdulsalam, Aug 2015
      A good fun day for the kids, very nice and interesting place that shows a lot of French history in a special way.
      This was brilliant. You get a...
      Roisin K, July 2015
      This was brilliant. You get a chance to dress up, take photos. Some characters obviously didn't know but it didn't matter. Really worthwhile visit and the customer service is excellent.
      Very helpful staff at the museum and...
      Fleur C, June 2015
      Very helpful staff at the museum and definitely worth a visit :)!
      The museum is not bad. There are no...
      Liudmila P, June 2015
      The museum is not bad. There are no lines there, so we do not recommend buying tickets online because they are much cheaper at the museum.