The Grévin Museum (Musée Grévin) was founded in 1882 by journalist Arthur Meyer and Alfred Grévin, a cartoonist, sculptor and theatrical costumes designer. This famous wax museum is now one of the most visited places in Paris! It features 450 wax figures, representing historical personalities as well as more contemporary ones, ranging from Louis XVI to Gandhi, Michael Jackson and Albert Einstein, Pope François or Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
When you visit Paris, the Grévin Museum is not to be missed! But parking is a nightmare all around this district. To enjoy your visit to the full, ParkingsdeParis.com advise you to book your parking place online in advance. The prices are often more competitive.
So reserve your parking place right now on our website, in a car park near the Grévin Museum. You can choose between the Opéra-Meyerbeer car park and the Sentier 41 car park, both of which are located 6-8 minutes’ walk from the famous Grévin Museum.
You can also use the Chauchat-Drouot car park. The Chauchat-Drouot car park is a cheap car park located a 5-minute walk away from the Musée Grévin. Book your parking space now on our website and benefit from reduced parking rates !
Musée Grévin : 10 boulevard Montmartre 75009 Paris – tél : 01 47 70 85 05