Created in 1982, the Coupole and Sale des Colonnes host up to 150 guests for a sit-down dinner or 300 for a cocktail party in a historic and unique setting.
Built in 1900, the Théâtre Grévin can seat up to 200 people. The 5 m² stage allows you to organize a presentation, a conference or a show.
With a full sound system, the Italian theatre is equipped with a 4 m x 3 m projection screen and has a board installed in the balcony.
the Foyer of the theatre is an ideal space to welcome your guests with an aperitif cocktail. It can also accommodate an "open bar" space for a dance party at the Palais des Mirages.
- Décors intérieurs
- Personnages de cire
Epoque des collections
- Néoclassicisme (XVIIIe - XIXe)
- Romantisme (XVIIIe - XIXe)
- Réalisme (XIXe)
- Impressionnisme (XIXe)
- Symbolisme (XIXe)
- Fauvisme (XXe)
- Cubisme (XXe)
- Modernisme (XXe)
- Expressionisme (XXe)
- Futurisme (XXe)
- Dadaisme (XXe)
- Surréalisme (XXe)
- L'abstraction (XXe)
- Mouvement (XXe)
- Contemporain (XXe - XXIe)
Services and facilities of the establishment
- Educational activities
- Gift shop
Documentation in a foreign language
Educational activitiesStorytelling visits for children. Reservations required at +33 (0)1 47 70 83 97.
Combined ticketsGrévin + Rex Studios: €26. Grévin + Aquarium de Paris: €31.90 for adults, €24.90 for children.
Coach parkClosest car parks: Place de la Bourse or Drouot (entrance on Rue Chauchat)
Number of meeting rooms:4
Number of private rooms:2
Voir la carte
10 boulevard Montmartre
Subway - Grands Boulevards
RER - Auber
SNCF - Gare Saint-Lazare
Bus - 20, 39, 74, 85
Open Tour: Grands Boulevards stop Vélib': station n° 2108 (41 Rue Vivienne 75002 Paris) and station n° 2010 (21 Rue d'Uzès 75002 Paris)
Offer adapted to disabled visitors
- the museum is entirely accessible to visitors with reduced mobility, all spaces can be visited.
- most staricases have been adapted (tactile strip, contrasting step edges, etc.)
- wheelchair users take an alternative route via the lift due to the presence of stairs in other areas, and are accompanied by museum staff.
- the museum is mostly visual, there are no audio directions.
- all information is found on plaques, in booklets, etc.
- video on the making of wax mannequins (no dialogue, only background music).
- museum staff are present in exhibition rooms to direct and help visitors.
- the sound and light show in the Palais des Mirages may be stressful for some guests (dark room, decor, lights, music, etc.) and can be avoided if necessary.
- certain spaces may cause anxiety: the visit alternates light and dark rooms, some scenes may be disturbing for some visitors (notably the history section).
- the museum is has no windows and is entirely lit with articifial light.
Warning: many spaces make extensive use of lighting effects.
More details on accessibility
'Tourisme & Handicap' marked establishment
- 'Tourisme & Handicap' mark
- For hearing disability
- For mental disability
- For physical disability