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Let me first start that I am not a big fan of wax museums. I really don't understand the joy of watching was figures. The reason that I went to Grevin is because it is an institute in Paris. Founded somewhere in the 1800's and...More
I have wanted to visit Musée Grévin for many years and finally made it and was not disappointed. I must admit to not recognising many of the film, TV and sport personalities but that's just a reflection on my lack of interest in these subjects....More
Maybe something to do on a rainy day but not a 'must see' in Paris. The entrance fee is pretty high for the experience.
First oart with the light show is pretty good but a bit disappointed by the likeness and quality of the figures....More
a rainy day, a long line for the tickets (but fortunately, Cafe Oz was there, with Australian beers), and finally we are in
a lot of characters, actors, other artists, people from politics, science, history, fashion, sports, and so on
the price is not small,...More
A fun little place to pop into if you have a spare couple of hours in Paris. A really cool light show to start (but can be flashy so epilepsy sufferers be aware) and realistic waxworks
Quite a bit french orientated, especially near the beginning...More
Well for someone who’s not French, i was a little confused in the beginning but somewhere in the middle I started to recognize alot of the figures. Had alot of fun even on a crowded sunday of summer holiday. I think you will have fun...More
Alfred G, Community Manager at Grevin Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 19 August 2019
We are glad to know that you enjoyed your visit.
We present each year a lot of new wax figures and decors following the actuality.
Have a nice day, see you soon in Grévin.
Response from Gabriel A | Reviewed this property |
Because I'm grandfather now, and my son have a 1 year old girl, I can suggest you to wear a special device, which permit you to carry the baby to the chest. The stroller can be left at the entrance, to be recovered when you... More
Because I'm grandfather now, and my son have a 1 year old girl, I can suggest you to wear a special device, which permit you to carry the baby to the chest. The stroller can be left at the entrance, to be recovered when you end the visit at the museum.
I saw many mothers using this method, the babies taken a very good sleep, while the adults visited a museum.