Moulin Rouge Guide

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Discover the famous Parisian Moulin Rouge cabaret and its emblematic revues. Have an unforgettable evening watching the costumed dancers performing in an amazing set. The place has become a French symbol and is one of the most famous monuments in the country and in the world.

Plan your visit

Follow our guide and plan your evening at the Moulin Rouge. It will be the climax of your stay in Paris. When you are staying in the capital, you should definitely spend an evening at the Moulin Rouge and enjoy its festive atmosphere and the Parisian cabaret’s night shows. As soon as you enter the Moulin Rouge, its decor will leave you breathless.


To make the most of your holidays in the French capital and avoid standing in line, you should pre-book your tickets. You can choose between different options: show + bottle of champagne or dinner show. You can also couple your ticket with a Seine river cruise.

When to visit?

If you are planning to have dinner at the Moulin Rouge, you will have to be there between 6:45PM and 7:30PM. If you are only attending a revue, you will have to arrive 30 minutes before the show begins.


You are looking for the Moulin Rouge address? It is located at 82 boulevard de Clichy in the Parisian Montmartre district, in the 18th arrondissement and is easily accessible by car and public transport (metro line 2 or 13).

Must-dos and must-sees

The Moulin Rouge is an emblematic place in the city of Paris. You will be able to enjoy the exceptional Féerie revue and watch its 80 artists and 60 dancers wearing costumes of rhinestones, feathers and sequins perform in a sumptuous colorful shimmering decor. You can also enjoy your evening by having dinner at the Moulin Rouge restaurant. From starter to dessert, you will be delighted with the Chef’s tasty and refined gastronomic cuisine.

History and culture

The Moulin Rouge is part of the city's heritage. Through the years, it has welcomed some passionate and artistic evenings. The Moulin Rouge cabaret once was a theatre, a cinema and a music hall scene...

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