Do you like to party? Make your way to the Moulin Rouge (the Red Mill in English) for a spectacular evening that will mark your visit to Paris. Renowned worldwide, this Parisian cabaret located at the foot of the Butte Montmartre takes you on an unforgettable and emotional experience.
Founded in 1889, the Moulin Rouge has offered many musical shows to French Cancan fans. Do you want to discover this exuberant dance? Make your reservations and benefit from a preferential price. See you on Boulevard de Clichy for a fantastic experience.
Nothing better than a night out at the Moulin Rouge. Everyone is welcome there every evening for two performances at 9 p.m. and 11 p.m. During this evening, the professional dancers, the famous Doriss Girls will amaze you with their breathtaking choreographies. Admire their multicolored costumes adorned with feathers, sequins and rhinestones. Did you know that this dance began in the 19th century? You will meet more than a hundred musicians and artists there who will take you back in time. Do not delay in booking, because this performance hall quickly sells out.
Don't be surprised if Moulin Rouge prices vary from day to day for the same formula and on the same day as the day before. As with planes, the Moulin Rouge's prices change according to demand and will be more or less expensive depending on the number of people. To benefit from the best prices, we recommend that you book as early as possible (knowing that tickets are on sale for the next 6 months). The 11p.m. show is the best value for money because it is less popular than the 9 p.m. show. The price is cheaper and we can hope for better seats than the 9 p.m. show. The location will also depend on the formula chosen and therefore on the price. Spectators who have opted for the dinner show will be better placed than spectators who have opted for the show alone.
The Moulin Rouge does not compromise with the dress code: correct attire is required. Plimsolls and city sneakers as well as jeans without holes or faded are tolerated. You will not be able to enter in thongs, Bermuda shorts or other sportswear.
Moulin Rouge vs Lido? What is the difference between the Moulin Rouge and the Paradis Latin? These are questions that come up often. If you only have to see a cabaret revue in Paris, here are the reasons why we advise you to opt for an evening at the Moulin Rouge rather than at the Lido de Paris, Crazy Horse Paris or Paradis Latin.
Authenticity: going to the Moulin Rouge is entering one of the most legendary places in Paris, majestically immortalized in the film Moulin Rouge by Baz Luhrmann, released in 2001. The room is imbued with this atmosphere Belle Epoque and we lose the notion of the present time with delight.
The show: the show Féérie is a compendium of the best on cabaret stages around the world. Circus, Acrobatics, Dance, burlesque ... all the performing arts are represented at the Moulin Rouge.
The venue: to see it, you have to buy your ticket. No visit is possible and that's good. Only spectators will have the privilege of seeing this place which has kept all its splendor over time with its magnificent Morris columns.