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Explore our different spaces and discover some of our leading personalities.

  • Latest arrivals
  • The Hall of Wonder
  • Paris-Québec
  • Hall of Fame
  • Hotel Grévin
  • New France
  • Belmont Park
  • Backstage
  • The Ballroom
Belmont Park The Ballroom
Gabrielle Chasnel
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Gabrielle Chasnel

Gabrielle Chasnel was a trend-setting fashion designer and a great French seamstress. She started the Chanel fashion house as "a symbol of French elegance." She is recognized for her high fashion creations, and redefined the notion of style by creating a whole new look. She was also the first designer to launch her own perfume, the famous Chanel No 5.

Marie Saint Pierre
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Marie Saint Pierre

Marie Saint Pierre is an internationally-renown Québec designer. She has been active on the Canadian fashion scene since 1987 with a brand designed and fashioned in Montréal. She has received numerous awards for her social involvement and entrepreneurial spirit, including the title of Chevalier de l’Ordre national du Québec in 2007. Marie Saint Pierre’s collections are distributed in Montréal, Miami and across North America.

Naomi Campbell
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Naomi Campbell

Naomi Campbell is a British model, singer, actress and businesswoman. Recruited at the age of 15, she became one of the most recognizable and sought-after models of the late '80s and '90s. She is one of six models of her generation named top models by the fashion industry and the international press.

Zombie Boy
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Zombie Boy

Rick Genest, known as "Zombie Boy," was a Québec artist, actor and model. He underwent brain surgery when he was young and earned the nickname "zombie." At the age of 19, he started getting his body completely tattooed. In 2012 he met Nicola Formichetti, Thierry Mugler’s artistic director and Lady Gaga’s stylist, which was a springboard for his career. He appears in the American singer’s Born This Way video and scrolls models for Thierry Mugler’s brand. He has also posed in magazines, such as GQ, Vanity Fair and Vogue Men.

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Personal hairstylists to the stars participate in creating their wax characters. Whether for Dominique Michel, Marie-Mai, Stéphane Rousseau or Guylaine Tremblay, personal hairstylists team up with our specialists to create our wax celebrities as true to life as possible.

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The wax celebrities at Grévin Montreal get the royal treatment! Every morning, before the museum opens, a team of three people examines each celebrity to fix their hair, touch up their makeup, care for their nails and clean their clothing.

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Grévin is steeped in family history. The loved ones of our celebrities enjoying meeting the doppelganger of their daughter, mother or father. From Celine Dion’s mother to Charlie Chaplin’s son to the family of Gary Carter and daughter of Gilles Villeneuve, Grévin Montreal is the home to magical moments filled with emotion.

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Over 20 experts work on each wax figure: sculptors, hairstylists, makeup artists, moulders and many more. Grévin Montreal features all of the arts!

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To make the head of a wax figure, it takes, on average, 15 kg of plaster, 5 litres of wax, 70 tubes of oil paint for makeup and nearly 500,000 natural hairs!

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Ginette Reno wears her Montreal Canadiens sweater for good luck when her favourite hockey team is in the Stanley Cup playoffs.

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Céline Dion often wears new bracelets...which don’t belong to her!

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There is a wax figure of Charlie Chaplin at Grévin Paris and Chaplin’s World in Switzerland!

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Fred Pellerin put a peppermint candy and a guitar pick in the pocket of his wax figure before it was sewn up. The figure’s neck warmer was even made by his mom!

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Harrison Ford changes his costumes. You can meet him as Indiana Jones or Han Solo.

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The Little Prince is displayed on his asteroid, along with his friends the Fox and the Rose. With their impeccable attention to detail, Grévin artists even sculpted the face of the wax rose.

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WHAT OUR VISITORS ARE SAYING

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OUR VISITORS SHARE THEIR EXPERIENCES

Really great as a visit! For people who do not know Quebec stars this is still interesting because it allows you to discover the local culture. There is even a historical section which is really great! I love the wax hand activity. It's a super interesting and fun experience. We can choose the shape and color we want. The statues are really similar and you can see the work behind it (details of wrinkles, hair, hair, hand lines etc ...)

I recommend 😊

12 Mar 2020

Aurélie

visit with friends

Nice visit and lots of fun. We didn't have much wait but were pleasantly surprised. If you allow yourself to embark on this tour by letting yourself go and play the game, you will have fun. The first part of the museum is really good with successful staging. Most of the wax statues are very successful. The wide choice of years and characters represented make this visit as pleasant for adults as children. Our visit lasted around 1 hour. To save a few dollars book and buy your tickets online

10 Mar 2020

Ben

visit with family

Great for giving cultural and historical explanations. The kids loved it! There is something for everyone and the characters come from a wide variety of backgrounds.

28 Feb 2020

Judou

visit in family

A museum to visit, the characters are very well made.
The backstage at the end shows us how the characters are made. I felt like I was with them.
An experience that I recommend to the whole family at a reasonable cost!

27 Feb 2020

Claude

visit in family

Nice museum, where you can try on costumes to blend in with the decor. We laughed a lot, it was nice. I recommend.

26 Feb 2020

Sébastien

Belmont Park

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Grévin Montréal

Montreal Eaton Centre, Second floor
705 Sainte-Catherine Street West
office 5-104 | H3B 4G5
Montréal, Québec (Canada)

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Mon. to Sat., from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sun., from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m