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Grévin Wax Museum Tickets

At Grévin Wax Museum in Paris, discover over 300 life-like wax sculptures of celebrities and historical figures from Kylian Mbappe to Leonardo di Caprio. Book Grévin Wax Museum tickets for direct access to all exhibits and opt for combo experiences with top attractions in the city.
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Grévin Wax Museum Tickets Guide

Musée Grévin is one of Europe's oldest wax museums, operating since 1882. Its scenic location on the Grands Boulevards, right on the bank of the River Seine, makes it a crowd-pleaser. The museum houses a large number of life-size wax figures displayed individually, as well as a part of various events from French history. Know about Musee Grevin tickets, top exhibits here, timings, location, and more to ensure you have a smooth visit.

All Your Musee Grevin Tickets Options

Musee Grevin hosts over 300 wax figures of famous personalities from around the world. It is also home to interactive exhibits where visitors can learn about the process of creating wax figures. Finding the right Musee Grevin ticket is paramount to the quality of your experience at this famous tourist attraction. Go for a basic Musee Grevin entry ticket if you’re looking for a no-frills experience or a combo ticket that also offers entry to top attractions in Paris.

Entry Tickets

Combo Tickets

Standard entry tickets are ideal for those who, while being on a budget, are looking to make the most of their time at Musee Grevin. These tickets offer direct entry into the museum with unlimited access to all exhibits and top collections.

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Discover over 300 wax figures of the world's most famous celebrities and access the Hall of Mirrors with your standard entry Musee Grevin tickets
If you’re in Paris for a relatively short while and want to experience everything there is to the City of Love, a combo tour is your best option. With combo tickets, you pay a lower price for two experiences, as you get admission to multiple Parisian attractions such as a visit to the Louvre Museum or a Seine River cruise, along with a visit to Musee Grevin.

Recommended experiences

This combo ticket includes a visit to the Grevin Museum where you can click photographs with celebrity wax figures, followed by a 1-hour Bateaux Parisiens cruise on the Seine River with an informative audio guide that is available in 14 languages. 
With this convenient combo ticket, visit two of Paris' most renowned museums: the world-famous Louvre Museum which houses Da Vinci's Mona Lisa, and the Grevin Museum, where you can see over 300 wax figurines of famous world celebrities.

Which Musee Grevin Tickets should you go for?

If you are on a budget 

The standard entry tickets that guarantee an entry into Musee Grevin are your go-to if you are on a budget. 

If you want to explore Paris further

If you want to explore Paris further, there is no better option than a combo ticket that allows a Seine River cruise and a visit to Louvre Museum.

Musee Grevin Tickets Offers

Discounted Musee Grevin Tickets 

Entry is free for children under the age of four. Also, admissions are subsidized for children aged 5 to 15.

Cashbacks 

Headout offers up to 16% off on combo tickets and additional cashback on signing up before purchase. 

Plan Your Visit to Musee Grevin Paris

Opening Hours

Getting There

Guidelines/Facilities

What are Musee Grevin’s hours? 
The museum is open all year round from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM on weekdays. On weekends, the museum is open from 9:30 AM to 7:00 PM.
When is Musee Grevin closed?
Musee Grevin is open all year round.
What is the best time to visit Musee Grevin?
The Grevin Museum in Paris is best visited during the museum's opening hours or at the end of the day when it's the least congested. Weekends, public holidays, and school holidays are typically very busy.
How long is a Musee Grevin tour?
On average, you can expect to spend anywhere between 1.5 to 2 hours at Musee Grevin.
Where is Musee Grevin located?
Musee Grevin is located at x10 Bd Montmartre, 75009 Paris, France.
Google Map Directions 
Can I take the metro/train to Musee Grevin?
You can take metro lines 8 or 9 to reach the Grands Boulevards Metro station. The metro station is located just opposite Musee Grevin.
Can I take the bus to the Musee Grevin?
Yes, the Grands Boulevards, the closest bus stop to the Grevin wax museum, is served by bus routes 74, 39, and 85.
Is Musee Grevin wheelchair accessible?
Yes, Grévin Wax Museum is wheelchair accessible.
Is a storage facility available at Musee Grevin?
Yes, a storage facility is available at Grévin Wax Museum for small bags and big luggage.
Is photography allowed at Musee Grevin?
Yes, visitors are absolutely free to click pictures and videos with all the wax figures at Musee Grevin.

Your Musee Grevin Paris Experience

The Grévin Wax Museum is divided into 12 sections, including history, politics, sports, cinema, and music. There is also a section dedicated to French culture and another section that features international celebrities. Some of the most well-known figures on display at Musee Grevin include Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley, Napoléon Bonaparte, and Albert Einstein. 
Here are the most popular zones of the museum: 

French Celebrities

From gastronomy to fashion, French culture is known for its diversity and legacy. Meet the legendary figures from these different art styles at this special exhibit. Some of the wax figures you can see here include Jean Paul Gaultier, Edith Piaf, Johnny Hallyday, Pierre Herme, and Kylian Mbappe.

Icons Of Fashion

Paris is synonymous with fashion, which is why a special showcase for icons of fashions is among the highlights of Musee Grevin. The Grévin Museum is a must-see for fashionistas, with fashion designers, supermodels, and classic designs. Popular figures here include Cara Delevingne, Coco Rocha, Ines de la Fressange, and  Christian Dior among others.

Film Stars

At Grevin's iconic entertainment venue, walk the red carpet alongside legendary French actors, international film stars, Oscar-winning superstars, and Bollywood legends. Meet Al Pacino, Penelope Cruz, Leonardo DiCaprio, Marilyn Monroe, Shah Rukh Khan, and Scarlett Johansson, among other celebrities. 

Politicians

Visit the Grevin wax museum to meet royals, heads of state, presidents, decision-makers, and more. At Grevin Wax Museum's political corner, take pictures with Charles de Gaulle, Emmanuel Macron, Xi Jinping, Queen Elizabeth II, Barack Obama, Donald Trump, Pope John Paul II, and more. With exquisite attention to detail and faithful recreations, you’ll have the time of your life meeting these life-like political legends.

Sports Stars

During your Grevin museum tour, experience the thrill of meeting all of your favorite athletes in one place. See famous footballers Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappé, Teddy Riner, a judo champion, and Tony Parker, a basketball star, among others. 

Top Museums In Paris

Here are some of the best museums in Paris you must visit:

Louvre Museum

Louvre Museum tickets give you access to the world's largest museum, housing thousands of pieces of art in three sections: the Denon, Richelieu, and Sully wings, all housed in a beautiful structure that was formerly the French monarchs' palace. Each wing includes around 70 rooms packed with paintings and art artifacts, as well as large halls filled with sculptures. It houses some of the world's most famous works of art, such as the Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo.

Orsay Museum 

The Musée d'Orsay is one of Paris' most visited museums, with about three million visitors each year. The Gare d'Orsay was its original version, built to correspond with the Universal Exposition of 1900. In 1978, the station was designated as a historical landmark and transformed into a museum, which opened in 1986. With Orsay Museum tickets you'll come across renowned names like Pissarro, Van Gogh, Renoir, Monet, Millet, and Degas as you stroll the hallways.

Musée de l'Orangerie 

The Musée de l'Orangerie, located in the west corner of the Tuileries Gardens, near the Place de la Concorde in Paris, is an art museum dedicated to impressionist and post-impressionist works. The Orangerie Museum is housed in a spectacular edifice that was built as an orangery in 1853. Musée de l'Orangerie tickets give you access to an excellent collection of Impressionist paintings, including masterpieces by Monet. Monet's Water Lilies oil paintings can be seen in the museum's most famous rooms. 

Picasso Museum

The Musée Picasso in Paris hosts 5,000 works of art and 200,000 archival items in its collection. It is the world's largest collection of Picasso's work, owing to its quality, size, and diversity of artistic genres presented, and it provides a journey through the artist's complete painted, sculpted, engraved, and sketched oeuvre, showcasing his creative process. Picasso Museum tickets give access to a diverse cultural program intended for a wide range of audiences, with the goal of exposing as many people to Picasso's art as possible. 

Rodin Museum

The Rodin Museum is nestled behind Les Invalides in the 7th Arrondissement, in a beautiful 18th-century palace called Hôtel Biron. The two-story hotel is surrounded by acres of lush lawns, floral gardens, and rows of finely trimmed trees sprinkled with Rodin sculptures. Book Rodin Museum tickets to discover restored sculptures, antiques, and paintings from the artist’s personal collection, which are magnificently displayed in the freshly refurbished interior space.

Paris Army Museum

In 1905, the Army Museum was formed by the merger of the Musée d'Artillerie and the Musée Historique de l'Armée. The museum has one of the world's most important military art and history collections. Army Museum Paris tickets give you access to all eight sections, including a courtyard with cannons, a section dedicated to armor and weapons from the 13th to 17th centuries, the Charles de Gaulle Monument, and Napoleon's Tomb. The permanent collections are organized chronologically into 'historical' collections that span time periods ranging from Antiquity to the conclusion of WWII.

 Post-COVID-19 Safety Measures at Musee Grevin Paris 

  • The museum accepts online reservations and cashless payments.. 
  • While on the museum grounds, all visitors aged eleven and up are obliged to wear a mask.
  • Frequently touched surfaces are disinfected on a regular basis.
  • Hand sanitizers are strategically positioned throughout the museum for guest use.
  • All visitors are required to maintain a minimum social gap of 3 meters between groups.

Musee Grevin Tickets FAQs

Are Musee Grevin tickets available online now?

Yes, you can buy Musee Grevin tickets online now. Guests are advised to purchase their tickets online to help maintain social distancing and get their preferred date and time of visit.

What safety measures are in place at the Musee Grevin?

Some safety measures taken by the museum authorities in light of the COVID-19 pandemic are mandatory face masks, mandatory keeping a distance of 2 meters from each other, hand sanitizing stations, online booking, and priority of cashless payments to avoid physical contact.

What are the different types of Musee Grevin tickets?

You can either go for a standard Musee Grevin ticket that gives you entry to the museum or a combo ticket that includes access to another experience in the city like the Louvre or a Seine River cruise.

Are discounts available on Musee Grevin tickets?

Entry is free for children under the age of four. Also, admissions are subsidized for children aged 5 to 15.

How do I get to Musee Grevin?

If you plan to take the metro, use lines 8 or 9 to reach the Grands Boulevards Metro station; it is located just opposite Musee Grevin. If you prefer to visit by bus, Grands Boulevards is the closest bus stop to the Grevin wax museum; you can take bus routes 74, 39, and 85.

What is the best time to visit the Musee Grevin?

The best time to visit Musee Grevin is during early mornings or late evenings on weekdays since the weekends tend to draw maximum crowds.

How long is a Musee Grevin tour?

On average, you can expect to spend anywhere between 1.5 to 2 hours at Musee Grevin.

Is Musee Grevin wheelchair accessible?

Yes, Musee Grevin is completely wheelchair accessible.

Is photography allowed at Musee Grevin?

Yes, visitors are free to click pictures and videos with all the wax figures at Musee Grevin.

Is a storage facility available at Musee Grevin?

Yes, a storage facility is available at Grévin Wax Museum for small bags and big luggage.
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