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Grévin Museum

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Maria
Maria
December 1, 2019
While you visit Montmartre or Covered Galleries, mind to have a stop at Grévin Museum. You will find their many celebrities and modern politicians represented in wax ( and you can take a photo with them!).
Ari
Ari
October 17, 2019
Take selfies with the most famous people of the world, all gathered in the same place !
Yves
Yves
August 27, 2019
Our French Mme Tussaud, very beautiful building with beautiful surroundings
Jean-Olivier And Nikki
Jean-Olivier And Nikki
January 31, 2019
Wax Museum - fun for everyone
Rudy And Benjamin
Rudy And Benjamin
January 30, 2019
L'equivalent de Mme Tussaud

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Beliggenhet
10 Boulevard Montmartre
Paris, Île-de-France 75009
Telefon+33 1 47 70 85 05
Kredittkort
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