Travel through time & space and rub shoulders with the greats from history, politics and culture, as if you were there!
Who was Einstein? What did Jacques Cartier's boat look like? Grévin Montréal is a fun way to learn about remarkable people from both local and international history and culture.
Through our 8 different worlds, young people will discover more than 125 characters from here and elsewhere in a journey that is fun, interactive, and educational. These include the great decision-makers, cultural icons, or key figures in Québec’s history. There's no better way to learn than to have fun while doing it!
To complete your school visit, Grévin Montréal provides teachers with downloadable activity guides. These guides contain different exercises to perform before, during and after your visit to the museum. They are a perfect way to complement your visit, for any grade level!
There is a free lunch area for groups, which is subject to availability (limited capacity).
Other activities: Guided tours and Handcrafting of Wax temporarily not available.
From choosing which celebrity to emulate, to the final unveiling of the wax, this short lecture reveals all the steps required when making a character. This activity includes an interactive component in which members of your group will be able to handle the materials and learn about the wax character design process.
Duration: 15-20 minutes
Price : 30$ per group
Sculptor, moulder, makeup artist, costume designer...creating a wax character requires the work of more than 20 artists! Measurements, photos and videos are taken during the first appointment with the celebrity...no details are left to chance. When the figure is revealed six months later, the likeness is uncanny!
Reservations - School groups
514 788-5210 #2227
*A minimum of 15 people is required to benefit from the group rate.
The Art of fun!
Montreal Eaton Centre, Second floor
705 Sainte-Catherine Street West
office 5-104 | H3B 4G5
Montréal, Québec (Canada)
Fri. and Sat., from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sun., from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m