Seniors Workshops & activities

Get the most out of your visit at Grévin with these workshops

Guided tour
Discover historical and fun facts about over 120 personalities! Learn about their achievements, the meeting of certain celebrities with their double, or event about the process of fabrication and maintenance of a wax figure.

A free visit is proposed immediately after the guided tour, for no additional charges. It’s the perfect moment to take pictures with your favourite stars!

Length: About 2h (1h for the guided tour + 1h for the free tour)

How to create a wax character
This free of charge short conference will go through each of the steps required to create a wax statue. From the creation of the face, the hands, the wrinkles, to the hair implant, the eye-ball design you will learn everything there is to know. Length 15mns


From Donnacona to Jimi Hendrix
In this workshop, participants will discover the wealth of the Algonquin and Iroquoian cultures and meet a few historical figures who marked the First Nations. People will learn to decode the symbolism of their clothes and the meaning of their songs, tattoos and accessories and hear stories little known to the general public. Length 30 mns

Presented by: Sylvain Rivard, artist, author and illustrator specialist in First Nations’ arts and cultures

20 people minimum


Seniors shape-up workshop
For the first time ever, Grévin and Prima Danse are offering thematic dance workshops to lead people to shed their inhibitions and develop their coordination, sense of rythm through dance.

This unique approach draws inspiration from participants’ experiences while engaging them. Length 60 mns

30 people minimum





Café Grévin by Maison Christian Faure offers specific lunch boxes to our visitors. These can be delivered at our lunch space (subject to availability) or be consumed directly at the Café Grévin by Maison Christian Faure.

Chicken or salmon club sandwich, chips, dessert, bottle of water (min 20 pers)


Discover the Grévin Worlds


One of our many exhibits will let you to take a close look at the Grévin workshops where you’ll learn all the secrets of the trade as we reveal the different steps we take in creating a wax figure. And once you’re in the know you can make a statue of yourself by scanning your face using one of our special multimedia devices. Grévin Montréal is the place to go for a one-of-a-kind experience that will stimulate all your senses.

Did you know?

The creation of a waxwork involves over fifteen different artists: sculptors, casters, make-up specialists, costume designers...

The first appointment with the celebrity is for measurements, photos, and videos so that nothing is left to chance. Six months to eight months later, on the day of final reckoning, when the statue is introduced to the public, the likeness must be uncanny.

  • As many as 500,000 may be needed for one head.
  • Every year the workshop uses 100kg of wax, 70 tubes of oil paint for make-up and 5km of sewing thread!

Making of a waxwork

Julie Payette
Julie Payette


More than 120 past and present celebrities from Quebec, Canada, France and the rest of the world are waiting to take some awesome photos with you in one of our museum’s eight amazing sets. Mingle with music superstar Céline Dion, hockey great Patrick Roy,  beloved Quebec singer and actress Ginette Reno and many others. Grévin Montréal is like a huge pop-up history book that is guaranteed to make learning fun.


In the Grévin, some of the scenes conceal startling surprises: next to some of the figures, costumes and accessories are available to visitors. You can dress up in chain mail, robes, sunglasses, capes and crowns and even a cocked hat!

Don’t forget your camera!