The Musée Grévin is a waxwork museum in Paris located on the Grands Boulevards on the right bank of the Seine with some 500 characters arranged in scenes from the history of France and modern life.

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Grevin Wax Museum, Paris

The Musée Grévin is a waxwork museum in Paris located on the Grands Boulevards on the right bank of the Seine with some 500 characters arranged in scenes from the history of France and modern life..

The Musée Grévin is a waxwork museum in Paris located on the Grands Boulevards on the right bank of the Seine with some 500 characters arranged in scenes from the history of France and modern life.


Hours

Sun

9:30

19:00

Mon

9:30

19:00

Tue

9:30

19:00

Wed

9:30

19:00

Thu

9:30

19:00

Fri

9:30

19:00

Sat

9:30

19:00

About Grevin Wax Museum

 10 Boulevard Montmartre, 75009 Paris, France

 +33 1 47 70 85 05

 www.grevin-paris.com

Grevin Wax Museum and Nearby Sights on Map

Musee en Herbe

A branch of the original Musée en Herbe in the Bois de Boulogne, this museum is also geared for children

Notre Dame des Victoires

XVIIth century church, it is one of ten minor basilicas located in the Ile-de-France

Place des Victoires

Beautiful round 'square' with an equestrian statue of King Louis the XIVth and matching XVIIth century buildings

La Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Richelieu

The National Library, intended to be the repository of all that is published in France, preserves collections of historic documents of both French and international origin

Palais Garnier - Opera National de Paris

The Palais Garnier is a grand 19th century opera house that is famous around the world as the setting for The Phantom of the Opera

Palais-Royal

Ordered by Cardinal de Richelieu (1585-1642), King Louis XIIIth's prime Minister in 1629 (completed in 1636); originally called Palais Cardinal; it became Le Palais Royal when Anne d'Autriche, Louis XIIIth's wife, came to live here to get away from the Louvre palace

Eglise Saint-Eustache

This massive church is one of the best standing examples of the early Gothic style

Rue Montorgueil

La Tour Jean-sans-Peur

One of the last remnants of medieval Paris outside of the 4th, this tower was once part of a castle called l'hôtel de Bourgogne

Theatre Le Bout