You’re never too old to explore, learn something new and be filled with wonder at Grévin Montréal!
Self or guided tours, workshops, conferences...there are various activities for seniors at Grévin Montréal throughout the year.
Our guides will share the most important historical facts and the best anecdotes about the more than 125 celebrities found in our museum. Then, take a special backstage tour to discover the making and maintenance secrets behind our wax characters. It’s an entertaining and interactive activity! After finishing your guided tour, you can return through for another visit on your own free of charge.
Recreate an original replica of your hand in wax and leave with an unforgettable memory of your visit to the museum! There is a range of colours available to personalize your work as you wish. It’s a fun, hands-on workshop in which everyone can express their creativity!
*Some conditions apply.
From choosing which celebrity to emulate to the final unveiling, 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
This workshop will introduce you to Canada’s history as well as Québec’s from a new angle: the Aboriginal perspective. Explore North America before and after the arrival of the Europeans and discover how the First Nations have changed from 1759 to today.
Duration: 45-60 minutes
Grévin Montréal is associated with other activities near the museum so that you can make the most out of your visit.
Nestled in the heart of Montreal’s business district, on the 46th floor of an emblematic tower, Observatoire Place Ville Marie offers an breathtaking view of our metropolis and its main attractions. Live a unique experience more than 185 meters above the ground. Its inspiring space, its 360° panoramic view, its incomparable oversized windows, its spacious terrace on the 44th floor that vibrates to the rhythm of Montreal’s 4 seasons and its central location makes Observatoire Place Ville Marie a must. Enjoy a gourmet stop at les Enfants Terribles, the highest restaurant in Montréal!
McCord Museum celebrates the life of Montréal from yesterday to today; its past, its inhabitants and its customs. The intelligent and thought-provoking museum joins forces with Grévin to introduce seniors and young people to wax statues of characters from New France as well as other contemporary figures from here and elsewhere.
This unique indoor ice rink invites you to skate to the lively beat of the music all year long. A huge glass dome overlooks the surface and invites the sun’s rays inside while families, students and tourists discover and rediscover the joys of ice-skating.
Come aboard the Cavalier Maxim in the old port and enjoy an educational cruise discovering some secrets of the river and its wildlife through costumed guides. A DJ is available to turn the boat into a real dance floor for a more playful cruise.
In addition to benefiting from very advantageous special rates, you can simplify your reservations by dealing with only one point of contact.
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!
Michael Côté - Groups reservations
514 788-5210 #2224
*A minimum of 15 people is required to benefit from the group rate.
The Art of fun!
5th floor, Montreal Eaton Centre
705 Sainte-Catherine Street West
office 5-104 | H3B 4G5
Montréal, Québec (Canada)
Mon. to Sat., from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sun., from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m