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We had a wonderful experience in france.
They showed us the best of france in the best way, things you cannot see with another way of travelling, taking care of us all the time and make us feel confident. Now í can recommend this way...More
The museum was both good and not so good. We went early in the morning so it was still nice and quiet and we had some areas to ourselves. Some of the display and wax models are very well done and a good resemblance while...More
The reason I am writing this review is to thank the reception lady for her understanding.
I didn't have my discount coupon on me, but i had my valid OPEN TOUR (hop on hop off bus) ticket which means i was eligible to get the...More
This is one of the best wax museums visited in last couple of years. Real life figures from history and present. A lot of opportunities to take a photo of your favourite sports player or movie star. It took us approx 1,5 hours for a...More
Price not too bad at under 25 euro. The building was beautiful as was the old theatre inside. After seeing a couple of waxies at the beginning we headed into a light show. It was ok but didn't seem to have a lot of relevance...More
Grevin museum is situated on Montmartre Blvd, and it's accessible from the metro station Grands Boulevards.
The visit at the museum begin with a stunning 3D show.
Continuing the visit, we admired the almost real characters, sculpted in oax - a lot of famous artists,...More
The Grevin Wax Museum in Monmartre Paris is a really nice and close to must see place. The metro is very close and when you enter the museum you start feeling like a visitor in old days. Kings and Queens, Ministers and Presidents, Actors and...More
The neighbourhood around Opéra and Bourse is a belle époque paradise of grand boulevards, refined arcades, and mass-market art-nouveau entertainment. Here, modern day workers continue to take advantage of the legacy that nobility and finance left in the 19th century. Brightly-lit brasseries, theatres, and cinemas sit side by side with French bistros predominating in one area and Japanese restaurants in
another. The area is most famous for the Palais Garnier opera house and glamorous department stores.
Response from Gabriel A | Reviewed this property |
Because I'm grandfather now, and my son have a 1 year old girl, I can suggest you to wear a special device, which permit you to carry the baby to the chest. The stroller can be left at the entrance, to be recovered when you... More
Because I'm grandfather now, and my son have a 1 year old girl, I can suggest you to wear a special device, which permit you to carry the baby to the chest. The stroller can be left at the entrance, to be recovered when you end the visit at the museum.
I saw many mothers using this method, the babies taken a very good sleep, while the adults visited a museum.
Response from Giannisioannou72 | Reviewed this property |
Hello, listen I used to live in Paris for years and I go very often almost 3-4 times per year!! The area is not bad but not the best in paris!! It's not dangerous at all but i wouldn't like to stay there!! It's a bit low... More
Hello, listen I used to live in Paris for years and I go very often almost 3-4 times per year!! The area is not bad but not the best in paris!! It's not dangerous at all but i wouldn't like to stay there!! It's a bit low area. For me the best areas in paris to stay with kids is 2, 6, 14, 15, 16, 17. Once you are in the area don't miss to visit the chocolate museum! It's only few steps away from grevin museum. Also, just opposite grevin museum visit the restaurant Victoria which is a train wagon restaurant for lunch! Kids will love the pizza cooked in the traditional stone oven!!!