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Grévin Wax Museum – what to expect, tickets, prices, timings, FAQs

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Ever Imagined a day when you stand amidst all your favorite celebrities? Taking pictures with them? Talking to them about your life and experiences?

Grévin Wax Museum is where you can do all these and more!

From Hollywood A-listers to French actors, Bollywood icons to sporting legends, over 200 lifelike wax figures are waiting to captivate you. 

Capture memorable moments with Ryan Gosling, Marilyn Monroe, Louis XIV, Mozart, and many more at the museum. 

Get ready with your cameras and prepare for funky selfies with celebrities. Only this time without getting your phone snatched away!

You can also explore scenes from French history, theater, artist studios, and brasseries.

This article covers everything you must know before booking tickets for the Grévin Wax Museum.

What to expect at Grévin Wax Museum

When visiting Grévin Wax Museum, expect a truly unforgettable experience that will take you into the dazzling world of celebrities.

You can also discover the fascinating process of creating wax figures through a free tour.

Lifelike wax figures

Prepare to be amazed by the astonishing detail and realism in the displayed wax figures.  

From world-renowned actors and musicians to influential historical figures, each figure is meticulously crafted to capture the essence and likeness of the person it represents.

Iconic personalities

From Hollywood stars to political leaders, sports heroes to cultural icons, Grévin Wax Museum features diverse personalities that have shaped our history and popular culture. 

Strike a pose with your favorite celebrity, take a selfie with a sporting legend, or participate in a virtual reality adventure that adds excitement to your visit.


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Where to book the tickets

The tickets for the Grévin Wax Museum are available online in advance or at the attraction.

Online ticket prices tend to be cheaper than tickets at the venue.

When you buy online, you can avoid the long queues at the attraction’s ticket counters.

Because some attractions sell a limited number of tickets, during peak days they may sell out. Booking early helps avoid last-minute disappointments.

How do online tickets work

Go to the Grévin Wax Museum Paris booking page, select your preferred date and the number of tickets, and buy the tickets right away.

Once you purchase Grévin Wax Museum tickets, they get delivered to your email address. 

There is no need to get printouts of the ticket. 

You can show the e-ticket on your smartphone when you visit the attraction.

Grévin Museum ticket prices

The Grévin Wax Museum tickets are priced at €26 for adults over 19 years. 

For children from five and 18 years of age, the price is €19. 

Child tickets must be taken only in combination with adult tickets.

For kids under five years of age, entry is free.

Grévin Wax Museum tickets

Grévin Wax Museum tickets
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The tickets to Grévin Wax Museum gives you access to the realistic wax replicas of famous people from different walks of life – the world of glitz and glamor comes alive here. 

Get behind-the-scenes looks at the craftsmanship that went into these unique inventions.

Take pictures, explore immersive environments, and learn more about the celebrities.

A trip to the Grevin Wax Museum lets you get closer to fame, history, and aesthetic artistry.

You can cancel this ticket up to 24 hours before your time of visit and get a full refund.

However, rescheduling is not available for this ticket.

Ticket Prices

Adult Ticket (19+ years): €26
Child Ticket (5 to 18 years): €19
Kids Ticket (up to 5 years): Free

Combo tickets

There are a few iconic tourist attractions near Grévin Wax Museum, some of which are just a few minutes walk away, and combo tickets can help you visit them all by booking just once.

You can buy Grévin Wax Museum tickets in combination with tickets for Cruise on the Seine, Chocolate Museum, Guided Cruise on the Seine, Zoo Jardin des Plantes, Le Grand Rex Studios, and FlyView Paris.

With combo tickets for Grévin Wax Museum Paris and other attractions, you can avail of exclusive discounts of up to 5% of the original price.

Cruise on the Seine + Grévin Wax Museum

Cruise on the Seine + Grévin Wax Museum
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Distance: 5 km (3 miles)

Time Taken: 13 minutes by car

While planning a visit to the Grévin Wax Museum, you should also know about another exciting combo offer – Cruise on the Seine and Grévin Wax Museum.

Embark on a one-hour cruise along the Seine River, immersing yourself in the beauty of Paris and its iconic landmarks.

From the foot of the Eiffel Tower, you’ll be treated to ever-changing wide views of well-known sites such as Musée d’Orsay and Notre Dame Cathedral. 

With this combo ticket, you gain access to the Grevin Wax Museum entry, and one hour of sightseeing on a cruise.

Ticket Cost: €40

Chocolate Museum + Grévin Wax Museum

Chocolate Museum + Grévin Wax Museum
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Distance: 600 meters (0.3 miles)

Time Taken: 8 minutes by walk

After taking all your pretty selfies with celebrity figures, you can make your day extra delightful with this delicious combo ticket.

Chocolate Museum is less than a mile away from Grévin Wax Museum.

You are certainly mistaken if you think chocolate is a modern-day addiction!

Learn about the history of chocolate and cocoa production, which goes back 4,000 years. 

Ticket Cost: €37

Guided Cruise on the Seine + Grévin Wax Museum

Guided Cruise on the Seine + Grévin Wax Museum
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Distance: 6 km (3.7 miles)

Time Taken: 15 minutes by car

You can get your day and facts right with this exclusive combo offer.

A Guided Cruise on the Seine is a one-hour-long cruise in which you appreciate the visual wonder while you pay attention to the fascinating commentary about what you see.

Ticket Cost: €35

Grévin Wax Museum + Zoo Jardin des Plantes

Grévin Wax Museum + Zoo Jardin des Plantes
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Distance: 6 km (3.7 miles)

Time Taken: 25 minutes by car

With this Grévin Wax Museum and Zoo Jardin des Plantes combo ticket, you step into the world of the Ménagerie, home to over 1,200 animals. 

This diverse menagerie houses a remarkable array of creatures, from tortoises to crocodiles to lizards to snakes. 

Take part in the urban biodiversity trail, gaining insights into the challenges faced by biodiversity.

Ticket Cost: €39

Grévin Wax Museum + Le Grand Rex Studios

Grévin Wax Museum + Le Grand Rex Studios
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Distance: 450 meters (0.2 miles)

Time Taken: 5 minutes by walk

At the renowned Art Deco theater Le Grand Rex Studios, experience the old Parisian film attraction with this combo ticket.

The biggest movie theater in Europe is noted for its luxurious interior and a huge audience. 

Explore rich spaces and backstage locations, and experiment with movie artifacts and special effects with an audio guide. 

It is a magical trip into the captivating world of cinema.

Ticket Cost: €37

FlyView Paris + Grévin Wax Museum

FlyView Paris + Grévin Wax Museum
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Distance: 750 meters (0.4 miles)

Time Taken: 7 minutes by walk

Experience breathtaking virtual reality adventures with FlyView Paris combo ticket, a unique concept premiering in Paris. 

FlyView Paris offers an extraordinary way to explore the great sites of Paris through virtual reality. 

It’s an adventure you will definitely enjoy!

Ticket Cost: €45

Save time & money! Buy Paris Museum Pass and visit over 60 famous attractions in and around Paris. Book now and explore museums and monuments such as the Louvre and Versailles.


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How to reach Grévin Wax Museum

The Grévin Wax Museum is located on the Grands Boulevards in the 9th arrondissement of Paris.

Address: 10 Boulevard Montmartre, 75009, Paris. Get Directions

You can reach the attraction by public transport or car.

By Bus

The museum is only one to two minutes walk from the Grands Boulevards bus stop (Lines: 20, 39) and Richelieu – Drouot – Mairie du 9e bus station (Lines: 74, 85).

By Subway

Take subway line 8 or 9 to the Richelieu – Drouot subway station which is a few minutes walk from the museum.

By Car

If you’re driving by car, turn on Google Maps and get started.

There are a few car parking garages nearby to park vehicles.

Opening hours of Grévin Wax Museum

The Grévin Wax Museum Paris stays open from 10 am to 6 pm from Monday to Friday.

On Saturday and Sunday it runs from 9.30 am to 7 pm.

How long does the tour take

A comprehensive visit to the Grévin Wax Museum Paris takes 1 to 2 hours.

Since the museum’s tickets are not timed, you can stay as long as you want.

Best time to visit Grévin Wax Museum

The best time to visit the Grévin Wax Museum is early morning when the museum opens at 10 am.

During the early morning, the museum sees minimal foot traffic, allowing you ample time and space to leisurely explore every corner at your own pace.

Weekdays are better than weekends if you want to avoid the rush.

FAQs about the Grevin Wax Museum

Here are some questions guests usually ask about the Grevin Wax Museum.

Where can I book tickets for Grévin Wax Museum?

You can purchase your tickets at the attraction or buy them online.

Can I skip long queues with a Grevin Museum online ticket?

The online tickets only guarantees admission to the museum. Whether you purchase an online ticket or an offline ticket (at the museum), you will have to wait in queues.

Can I re-enter the Grevin Museum with the same ticket after making an exit?

No. Any exit from the museum is final and no re-entry is allowed.

Is it necessary for minors to go with an adult when visiting Musée Grévin? 

An adult must go with visitors under 15 years, while those aged 15 and over (excluding groups) can visit the museum unaccompanied.

Does the Grevin Museum offer a cloakroom or luggage storage?

There is a cloakroom accessible for the following fees:
Small bags and clothing cost €2, while large bags and strollers cost €2.50.

Is photography allowed within the Museum?

Yes, within the Grevin Museum, Photography is allowed. To create a unique photo album, make the most of your stay by posing with one of our 200 celebrities.

Can I touch the museum’s wax figures?

No, each wax figure takes a team of artisans over six months to construct, and they are genuine art pieces. Because of their extraordinary fragility, these sculptures must remain untouchable.

Is there any restaurant or cafe at the Grevin Museum?

Yes, visitors can take a small snack break at the The Grevin Cafe. The cafe is open all days of the week.

Can I bring my own food to the Grevin Museum?

No! Outside food is strictly prohibited at the museum. However, guests can stop for a quick lunch break at the Grevin cafe which offers a wide range of dishes.

Can I touch the figures and art pieces at the Grevin Museum?

All the art pieces are unique and delicate and hence visitors are not allowed to touch anything.

Are there toilets at the Grevin Museum?

The toilets can be found at the entrance and after the The Voice area.

Can I bring my pet to Grévin Wax Museum?

Yes. But it has to be small, carried in a bag, and pose no risk to other visitors.

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