History and visit the Musee Grevin in Paris
The Musee Grevin Paris is more exactly on one side of the Boulevard Montmartre in the 9th arrondissement. What is special about this museum is that the works that are on display are made of wax figures that represent characters or personalities that have marked the history of the world. Although the museum was at the time of its creation, an excellent alternative to photography, he nevertheless managed to survive the technology, now a must for tourists and history buffs. Each year the museum welcomes thousands of visitors. For 2012, for example, he received a visit from a little over 750,000 curious and passionate.
To be like them, you can take the subway down to the Grands Boulevards. Several buses such as numbers 10, 48 or 85 also pass. It is then down to the Gare Saint-Lazare. For those using the RER, the judgment Auber. It is open all week from 10 am with a small extension of a half-hour on weekends. It even opens its doors during the holidays such as January 1, July 14 or 25 December.
The Grevin Museum is a private museum founded in 1882. Although the museum is named after Alfred Grevin, it is not he who had the idea. This was the journalist Arthur Meyer who wanted his readers to become familiar with the faces of famous people he is talking about in his diaries. To do this, he did not skimp on resources by engaging artists, lawyers and financiers. He even built the museum engaging Eugène-Emile Esnault-Pelterie as an architect. He climbed a real business with employees and inventory. His largest contributor was Alfred Grevin, a multi-talented artist who worked in the newspaper. Seduced by the project, Grevin heart and soul to the project so that it gives his name to the name of the museum.
A year later, it is the investor Gabriel Thomas investing heavily in the museum, giving it from there, the reputation it enjoys to this day allowing it to expand quickly by adding, for example Grevin theater or even the Hall of Mirrors. The beautiful scenery of the museum, incredibly well preserved even inventoried as historical monuments. Alfred Grevin, Arthur Meyer and Thomas Gabriel are the cornerstones of the museum became a top must be Paris. Most recently, in April 2013, the "Musee Grevin" brand is exported primarily to Montreal. It is expected that other Grevin Museum opened in Prague.
The exhibitions of the museum spaces can stage about 250 famous waxworks. That said, since its inception, 3000 figures have succeeded. Each year, a dozen characters join the ranks. The opening of one of them is a real event by itself. The mainstream of art are present from the neoclassicism of the eighteenth century to contemporary. It also offers many activities such as tours or educational and interactive entertainment. There is also a souvenir shop and it is allowed to take pictures.
Transfer from the Grevin Museum to Paris airports
The Grevin Museum is located 21.1 kilometers from Orly Airport, 26.1 km from Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport and 84.9 km from the airport of Beauvais.