The Grevin Museum in Paris has long been an important part of the cultural scene of Paris. There has always been a strong line-up of waxworks to draw in the crowds and entertain visitors. However, the line-up has been the same for a long time. That is why the curators at the museum decided it was time for a massive renovation. The institution has no reopened and is better than ever.
Visitors can explore a range of different zones through the new exhibitions.
In addition to these facelifts to older residents, the team at the Grevin have been working hard to create an impressive new historical area of the museum. The celebrity sections of the museum are always going to be popular with visitors. New models of President Macron, Leonardo DiCaprio and Kylan Mbappe are sure to draw in the crowds. The interactive sports and entertainment sections immerse visitors into some incredible experiences where they can come closer to living out their dreams. However, it is the educational, immersive side of French history that is most impressive in this new renovation. There are detailed scenes of some of France’s military history, with a chance to step into the Council of War of Napoleon and to join the parade of General de Gaulle. Then there is the chance to step even further back in time with Homo Sapiens and try some cave painting.
Come and experience the new Grevin over the holidays.
There is no doubt that this popular waxwork museum has undergone a massive transformation since it closed for refurbishment. Visitors that are familiar with the models and scenes of the old Grevin will be amazed at the new experiences on offer. That is why all visitors – both local and international – are encouraged to head to the museum during the holidays this year. The museum is easily located on Boulevard Montmartre and is open all day from Monday to Sunday.
10 Boulevard Montmartre,
75009 Paris, France
Every day from 9 am to 7 pm