Jim Morrison's grave is located in Pere LaChaise, the largest cemetery in Paris. Aside from that of Jim Morrison, one can also view the graves of author Balzac, actress Sarah Bernhardt, Fulgence Bienvenue (creator of Paris's famous Metro), composers Georges Bizet and Frederic Chopin, painter Camille Pissarro, author Oscar Wilde, and about 70,000 other dearly departed souls. Entrance to Pere LaChaise is free and the gates are open from 8:00 a.m. to dusk seven days a week. After dark, you're going to have to scale a rather large wall to get in, which I wouldn't recommend, unless you're just dying (no pun intended) to get a glimpse inside a Parisian jail or get slapped with a hefty fine. For more information about Pere LaChaise, please see the question about the largest park in Paris.
Find a Grave was created in 1995.
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You would find it in Epcot
Quite a lot. He has about twenty-two lines when he is standing outside the crypt (it's not a grave as we would understand it), and a further fifty or so after he kills Paris. That's a lot to quote here; you can find them in Act 5 Scene 3 of the play.
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in Paris, France.
You have to look on the opening hours in the store to find out.
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