Frequently asked questions
Because a question is always helpful

Is the Grévin free for people under 26 years?

NO, Grévin is free for children under 5 but can’t extend free entry to those under 26. Only national museums can do that and Grévin is a private company. A reduced rate is available for students.

Can I bring my dog (or my cat)?

YES, if your pet is small, in a carrier, quiet and no threat to other visitors!

What is the entry price for the blind ?

The blind are admitted free of charge.  But sorry, just like all our other visitors, despite their disability, visually impaired people are not allowed to touch the statues during the visit.


How long does the average visit last?

The average visit takes 1h30.

Does the Grévin have its own visitor car park?

NO, but there are 2 car parks close to the Grévin: Place de la Bourse or Drouot (entrance rue Chauchat)

Is the Hall of Mirrors open again?

YES, since June 2006

Is the Grévin air-conditioned?

YES, the entire circuit of the visit is air-conditioned.

Is the Grévin accessible to the disabled?

YES, since its renovation in 2001, the Grévin is accessible to wheelchairs. In fact, the Grévin was awarded the Grand Prix 2003 Tourisme & Handicap for the best tourist facilities designed for the disabled.

May I take photographs or make videos inside the Grévin?

YES. Cameras are allowed in the Grévin. You may take photographs of yourself next to your favourite celebrities and fill your family photo album with stars.

How do I buy tickets?

On our website online, at our cashdesks (for the date of your choice), or from our authorised sales sites.

Can I use the “chèques vacances” holiday vouchers to pay for my tickets?

YES, but only if you buy them on site. And we don’t give change.

Can we get a discounted rate?

YES. The Grévin applies discounted rates at the individual cash desks on presentation of official documents validating your entitlement. Beneficiaries: students, senior citizens, the unemployed, large families (parents+3 children).