Grevin Wax Museum

Paris
Ile de France
Museums

Ever wanted to meet George Clooney or Barack Obama? Or perhaps travel back in time to say hello to Louis XIV? Then why not visit the Grevin wax museum, first opened in 1882 and filled with waxworks of favourite celebrities and historical figures?

Wander through the celebrity-filled theatre (wax celebrities, that is!) and the beautiful hall of mirrors that was first shown at the Paris Universal Exhibition in 1900. You can even enjoy a snack in the Café Grevin where mirrors above the bar reflect the faces of all those famous people whose waxworks have featured in the museum over the years.

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