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Workshops & activities
Get the most out of your visit for 5$ only!
Through our guides, learn more about historical facts or amusing anecdotes about more than 120 personalities: The meeting between some of them with their double, their enthronement
in Grévin, or discover the backstage of Grévin Montreal, including the work of making and maintenance of our wax characters. An entertaining and interactive visit!
A second free visit is then offered at no extra cost to allow you to take pictures with your favorite celebrities.
Wax handling workshop
Using wax and a range of colors at your disposal, make your own hand in wax and leave with an unforgettable memory of your visit to the Museum. A participatory and manual workshop where each child will be able to choose the shape and the color that he wants for his sculpture.
Discovery of the aboriginal culture
Conference: From Donnaconna 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 these two nations’ past. Young people will learn to decode the symbolism of their dress and the meaning of their songs, tattoos and accessories and hear stories little known to the general public.
Sylvain Rivard, artist, author and illustrator
Specialist in First Nations’ arts and cultures
The Discovery Tour
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 Montreal is the place to go for a one-of-a-kind experience that will stimulate all your senses.
Unforgettable memories and a thrill ride of a tour
In the Grévin Montreal, some of the scenes conceal startling surprises: next to some of the figures, costumes and accessories are available to visitors. Childrens and adults can dress up in chain mail, robes, sunglasses, capes and crowns and even a cocked hat! Don’t forget your camera!