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Our French-Québec celebrities




Born in 1755, Marie-Antoinette of Habsburg-Lorraine was the last Queen of France and Navarre. She was the daughter of Emperor Francis I and Maria Theresa of Austria; she married Louis XVI, then Dauphin of France, then King of France and Navarre. She was killed by guillotine on October 16, 1793 at Place de la Revolution in Paris, France.

Ginette Reno

Ginette Reno

Ginette Reno is considered one of the greatest singers Quebec has ever known. Her powerful voice and talent are recognized around the world. She has performed in England, the United States, France and on Quebec’s biggest stages, including Place des Arts. Her many successes include the songs Je ne suis qu'une chanson and Un peu plus haut.

Véronic DiCaire

Véronic DiCaire

The singer began her career playing in the musical comedies Grease and Chicago. In 2008, she exploded into fame at the Montréal Bell Centre when she imitated great singers such as Edith Piaf, Lara Fabian, and Céline Dion. Her vocal performances attracted the attention of René Angélil, who staged a tour of Quebec for her. In France it was thanks to her 2011 jury participation in the X Factor show that her talent was brought to the general public's attention.

Diane Dufresne

Diane Dufresne

Diane Dufresne is a Montréal singer, actress and painter. Known for her eccentric costumes, she is considered one of Quebec’s greatest voices. In 1972 she made herself known with the release of her first album, Tiens-toé ben, j’arrive! Throughout her career, she gave amazing performances, notably at Place des Arts in Montréal, the Olympic Stadium, the Elysée-Montmartre and the Olympia de Paris.

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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.

At Grévin, you are the star of the show!



The Grévin experience


10 Apr 2019


21 Feb 2019


what a surprising treat in an unusual location

we enjoyed our tour of the Grévin. The people look so realistic, and there are several floors with various famous individuals, from pioneers to political figures to sports stars to pop culture stars (singers, actors/actresses, etc). Everyone from young kids to older adults will enjoy this wax museum. The opening light show was a bit strange and out of place, but the rest of the self-guided tour was fantastic.

27 Oct 2018


Visit in family July 27th, 2018

Super belle journée

wow beaux personnage de cire, l’ambiance est super, les employés sont très sympathiques, j’ai eu beaucoup de plaisir à faire de la photo et j’ai passé une merveilleuse journée. Je vous recommande cela vaut le détour

18 Oct 2018

Priscilla C

Visit with friends October 18th, 2018

À faire et refaire

J’ai visité ce musée en famille. Les personnages en cire frôlent l’état réel. J’ai apprécié le professionnalisme des équipes. Je vous le conseille vivement si vous cherchez à rencontrer vos célébrités préférées.

3 Sep 2018


Visit with family in July, 2018

The closest I'll ever get to Hollywood stars!

Beautifully-made waxed stars. It's like being at the Oscars. My favorites were Prime Minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau and Hughe Laurie. They were best.

25 Jul 2018


Visit with the family July 25th, 2018

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Grévin Montréal

5th floor, Montreal Eaton Centre
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