Created in 1982, the Coupole and Sale des Colonnes allow for 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.
Le Foyer du Theatre is an ideal space to provide 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, 48, 67, 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