Themed rooms and famous faces at the city’s waxwork museum.
Catherine Deneuve in wax
This museum first opened 1882 and has been delighting visitors ever since with models of famous people, both past and present, from all walks of life, whether politics, sports, film, music, etc.. In total, the museum has 500 waxworks, including Marilyn Monroe, Alfred Hitchcock, Zinédine Zidane, Elvis Presley, Catherine Deneuve and Barack Obama. It also has various themed rooms, with settings ranging from a grand palace to a Hindu temple and even a jungle. You’ll find it at number 10 on the Boulevard Montmartre. On its website, www.grevin-paris.com, you can browse through photos of its waxwork celebrities. However, tickets will set you back over 20 euros per person.