Life-size wax sculptures of sports stars & celebrities
Fascinating look at the art & history of wax sculpting
Chance to snap a photo with Wayne Gretzky or Celine Dion
Detailed displays & elaborate backdrops in each gallery
Focus on Francophone culture & the history of Quebec
What's included, what's not
Admission to the Grevin Wax Museum
Museum displays in English and French
Complimentary Wi-Fi access
Know Before You Book
Children 5 and younger are complimentary.
This venue is wheelchair accessible.
What you can expect
Get up close and personal with your favorite stars at the Grevin Museum, where life-size wax models of Canadian and international athletes, actors, politicians, and thinkers are just waiting for you to strike a pose and snap a picture alongside them.
In 19th century Paris, journalist Arthur Meyer called on sculptor Alfred Grevin to craft replicas in wax of famous individuals, so Parisians could put faces to the names of the people they read about in the news. Today, his tradition of lifelike representation is alive and well at Montreal’s Grevin Museum.
In the Paris-Quebec gallery, come face-to-face with French crooners and Francophone actresses like Ginette Reno and Charles Aznavour, and in the Sports Temple, dodge pucks from Canada’s favorite athletes—hockey players Wayne Gretzky and Sydney Crosby are poised on the ice.
Take a journey through the history of Quebec in the Nouvelle France gallery, from native settlements to fur trade outposts, and be enchanted by the fairground ambiance of Belmont Park. In each room, the incredible wax statues are complemented by intricate and detailed backdrops and displays for a fascinating museum experience.
Before you leave, peek behind the scenes to see talented sculptors, painters, make-up artists, and costume designers at work devising new representations and displays.