The Grevan Wax Museum in Paris was founded in the late 18th century, when Arthur Meyer, the founder of the famous Gaul Daily, had a strange idea: he wanted the characters on the front page of his newspaper to walk out of the two-dimensional plane of words and into the three-dimensional space of reality so that their readers could see the real three-dimensional space. Characters. Since photography had not yet been adopted by newspapers and magazines, he planned to create a wax museum where people could see the famous current affairs figures at that time.
The Grewan Wax Museum is located on the famous Montmartre Avenue. Its doors are small but its interior is very large. There are various star wax figures, historical figures wax figures and world leaders wax figures. The level of wax figures is much worse than that of Madame Tussauds in London.
The wax figures in the Grevan Wax Museum in Paris are mainly famous figures in French history. They are very personified, such as Jean & 183, Reno and Gerald & 183, De Adeiu, and Pope Benedict. In addition, there is a show of welcome light and sound, and they can take photos with their favorite star wax figures at will.
Mus & _; eGr & _; vinGrewan Wax Museum is located in Rufflova Corridor Street. It has a history of more than one hundred years. Unlike Madame Tussaud's wax figurines in realistic style, the greatest feature of the wax figurines in Grewan's collection is that they are grotesque in shape and have the style of two yuan. Opening hours are 10:00-18:30 from Monday to Friday, 10:00-19:00 on Saturdays and Sundays. Get off Grands Boulevards Station on M8 and M9 Metro Lines.
Seven to eight minutes from Lord Buddha, the theme halls with French characteristics, such as the gourmet hall with French three-star Michelin chefs, the fashion hall with Dior and other designers and supermodels, the French History Hall with many important historical events, as well as sports celebrities, good sound hall lights and sound effects on the scene, you can sit in the chair of the instructor to turn back to the stage, very interesting.
Grewan Wax Museum is the largest wax museum I have ever seen and the most exquisite wax museum. There are more than 3000 wax statues in it. According to the guide's lobby, there are several theme museums. The wax statues are vivid and interesting. Especially the facial expressions are chaotic, the costumes and skin are very delicate, so they have to be admired and made all over the world. Popular artistic level. Tickets are relatively expensive among Paris attractions, but compared with cars, they are wicked.
The Grewan Museum is located on Montmartre Avenue. The museum was founded in 1882 by Grewan, a famous 19th century painter. It consists of wax museum, phantom hall and magic theater. Looking at the small door, the inside is quite big. There are many celebrities, including Jackie Chan, but the tickets are a little expensive.