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I really enjoyed all the period French outfits on half the people I didn't know, however the other half that I did know were really spot-on. The 10 min. light and mirror show in the beginning was cool....WDG from New York
it was greta thank you! i skipped teh line as promissed only thinkg was that they didnt know about teh reservation site when i got there. they eventually saw that it was through pay pal and let me throught maybe make sure that they are aware you offer the service. the clerk had told me they never saw my type of voucher before. thanks again
Elizabeth T E
I made friends real and wax while I was at Grevin.
We had a slight problem gaining access to the museum, as a Bollywood star had been inducted that day and there was a lot of security only letting the media in. Nevertheless, we gained entry four hours later and had a good time.
It was very good to see all the different people in France. I enjoyed it.
The sounds and lightings at the beginning was beautiful. We expected to see more popular people and celebrities but it was not there.
Do it if you have a lengthy stay as it will takeup half of your day, in searching and commuting...the 10 min show was good...
The museum is not bad. There are no lines there, so we do not recommend buying tickets online because they are much cheaper at the museum.
Has a lot of French history and French celebrates, which I didn't know. There was few well known people
Not really a fan as most of the figurines are French which we were clueless about.. nonetheless we did beat the long queue which was a relief..
Very good but mostly relates to French people. As usual all signs and text are in French. It's about time they recognised English is the worlds main language and a second language in most non English speeking countries. Many French people now speak some degree of English, but the tourist places don't accept that and give you the choice of French or nothing.