Revisit Paris in miniature in the heart of Montreal !
Ah Paris ! This small French city has captured the hearts of innumerable tourists with it’s beautiful sceneries , winding cobbled streets, historical buildings and romantic setting.
Up until September 6th, young and old are invited to come marvel at the city of lights in miniature at the EXPO PARIS MINI exhibit held at the Eaton’s Center’s Grévin wax museum in Montréal
Several beloved French landmarks are meticulously reproduced by the dynamic Quebec artisan duo: Ludovica Miniland in tiny scale with the use of over 850,000 MEGA® building blocks !
One can only imagine the number of hours of work required to assemble these incredible Parisian masterpieces:
Notably on display : Arc de Triomphe , Tour Eiffel , le Château de Chambord , the Palais de Versailles and many others monuments to admire !
“Expo Paris Mini took a year to design, over a half a million MEGA® bricks and thousands of hours of work. Thanks to MEGA® who has supported my creativity for the last 10 years! I am convinced that visitors will be as impressed as we are by the pieces, and that the exhibit will be an opportunity to learn while having fun,” said Gilles Maheux, exhibit designer.
Visitors can also take the opportunity to visit the museum’s permanent display of over 120 famous personalities that include scientists, artists, sports legends, historical personalities, fashion models, musicians and of course, Hollywood’s famous stars that are gathered on display in the stunning ball room: