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The Madame Tussauds of Paris

Grevin Wax Museum was founded in 1882 on the model of Madame Tussauds. The museum brings back in front of you great people and events of history in realistic wax copies.

In Grevin Museum, you find political leaders such as Charles de Gaulle of France and Barak Obama of the USA, actors as Marylin Monroe and Charlie Chaplin. Many other well known people from the past and today will welcome you as if they were real, sometimes even confusing you.

Located on the animated Paris right bank boulevards, the Grevin Museum also features spectacular wax scenes from French history. You will specially admire the realistic scenes from the dramatic 1789 French revolution. Picture.

The Grevin Wax Museum also features a mirage room and a magic trick theater. Children will like the museum and be excited by its deforming mirrors.

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Marylin Monroe at Grevin Wax Museum, Paris

Grevin Wax Museum information

Musee Grevin
10 boulevard Montmartre 75009 Paris
tel: 33 (0)1 47 70 85 05
Paris metro: Grands Boulevards station on lines 8, 9

Musee Grevin web site. Ticket price: 24.50 euros. Children (6 to 14): 17.50 euros. Buy tickeys online.
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Musee Grevin is open everyday of the year. Opening times vary on different days and seasons. Please check for the exact date of your visit.


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