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Discover the New Waxworks at the Grevin Museum !


From 09 February 2019 to 09 February 2019

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The Grevin Museum in Paris is famous for its brilliant wax models and fun exhibitions. However, some of the residents and displays were getting a little tired. Paris regulars could probably have walked the route blindfolded. The curators decided the time had come for a full-scale renovation – and they did not hold back. 


There are now more models to see in lots of great situations.

One of the main reasons that visitors come to a wax museum like the Grevin Museum in Paris is to take selfies with some of the famous stars. Tourist attractions like this are often filled with line upon line of figures for guests to “meet” - many from the world of politics, sport, film and more.

The curator of the new renovation felt that the typical approach led to little more than selfie row. He decided that the best thing to do was to redesign the museum with a more interactive feel. Now, visitors can walk through detailed scenes with a range of figures and immerse themselves in the situation. One minute, visitors can be taking photos with world leaders – such as Trump, Macron and the Queen of England. The next they can be walking the red carpet with Leonardo Dicaprio and Robert DeNiro. There are also areas dedicated to Napoleon’s war council and a new Homo Sapiens Grotto.


Come and see how much the Grevin Museum has changed for 2019.


This renovation is a must-see attraction for the holidays this year. The work that has gone into these new exhibitions and the new models means that it is a whole new experience for all that come to visit. It doesn’t matter how many times you have seen the oldest residents in this museum – you haven’t seen wax figures set up quite like this. The museum is located in the Boulevard Montmartre and opens 7 days a week. Come and reacquaint yourself with some old face and meet some new ones.



Useful information


Grevin Museum,

10 Boulevard Montmartre,

75009 Paris, France

Opening Hours:

Every day from 10 am to 6 pm

Saturday and Sunday from 9:30 am to 7 pm