Moulin Rouge, Paris
About Moulin Rouge, Paris
Moulin Rouge, Paris - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 82 Boulevard de Clichy, 75018 Paris, France
Ticket Price: 18 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 11:59 pm Details
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A distinctive red windmill marks the world’s most successful ‘slumming’ spot for posh types, located in the fashionable seedy Montmarte. Opened in 1889 as a ‘temple to music and dance’, the Moulin Rouge has always known that it caters to tourists from far-flung place that came in looking for some risqué titillation. And it has almost always delivered, night after night, for over a hundred years. Over the years it has evolved considerably, from a poorly organised and bawdy showpiece fronting a brothel, to a renowned, highly developed cabaret production. Extravagant, sexy, flashy and unashamedly gaudy, an evening in the Moulin Rouge explodes on the senses in sheer Epicurean excess. You’ll never run out of things to say (or hear) about the cabaret that made Paris famous as a city for debauchery; especially once you’ve seen the smattering of side shows that take place in between costume changes. Moulin Rouge tourist attraction added in 4 Days Paris Trip Itinerary
The buzz and excitement behind the most extravagant, highly glitzy and sensual performances in Paris usually leads one to a red windmill in the area of Montmarte. Moulin Rouge has been one of the most popular events in Paris ever since it started with people coming from all over the globe to view it. Tickets for Moulin Rouge sell faster than hot cakes so best you get them at the earliest. Moulin Rouge ticket prices are known to be expensive but with our ticket portal you can get attractive discounts on Moulin Rouge tickets. Buy tickets for Moulin Rouge right now and add combos for exciting offers!
Moulin Rouge Information
- It’s cramped and crowded.
- There will be long lines, so get there early.
- Have drinks, but not dinner.
- Don’t wear shorts.
- No sportswear.
- You’ll be rubbing shoulders with strangers. Don’t Mind.
- It’s expensive.
- It’s a once(only)-in-a-lifetime experience.
- Don’t bother buying the souvenirs.
- Photography and filming is NOT allowed.
- Seats are allocated an hour before performance.
- Timings may vary. Confirm beforehand.
Moulin Rouge Ticket Prices
- 92-102 Euro (without the meal)
How To reach Moulin Rouge by Public Transport
- 82 Boulevard de Clichy
Restaurants Near Moulin Rouge
- Le Basilic
- La Mascotte
- A La Pomponette
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Fantastic show! Amazing acts. We attended the 11 PM show. We were guided to seats at the front of the stage at a shared table. A bottle of champagne is included. You are asked to put your cell phone away before the show begins. There is some upper body nudity especially in the beginning and as the show progresses you will get to see some really talented artists. It's quite entertaining and jaw-dropping at times.
Amazing show. So spectacular! We were sat at the side and the view was great. Only issue I would say is that I felt the waiters didn't want to give us their time of day just because we weren't ordering expensive champagne and drinks. We had water instead. The first time asking for water and it never came and the waiter never came to ask us if we wanted something. A bit of favouritism going on for the higher paying audience members! The waiter even moved a couple to an empty table next to us and placed the ladies chair in front of mine.
- 8€ for a 7up..? - Was told there would be a few girls topless - there is many girls in almost all performances topless with some awkwardly seductive which lets the other girls good performances down. - chose tomato soup for entree and received a vegan option, was told by 2 waiters that this was the vegetarian option before politely asking for my original order which was vegetarian anyway, waiters both responded by rolling their eyes at me before finally getting my soup. - animal use in show is completely inappropriate, cruel and unnecessary and I’m surprised it hasn’t been banned yet. - all guests at my table were unimpressed with all aspects of the food and much of it went back to the kitchen For the price you pay, it’s not worth it. I would not recommend it to anyone.
I wasn't sure what to expect from the show. Parts of it were very good and others were beyond strange. There wasn't any flow from one act to the next and nor was there a story so it was all a bit random really. It was good to experience but if someone asked me if they should spend that amount of money to go and see it I would say no. I think you are paying more for the prestige of being able to say you have been more than anything else Also, the tables are tiny and they try and fit 6 people to a table so it is extremely cramped to the point where you can barely move. You can't prebook your seats either so it's a case of allocated on arrival and make do with it. All in all it's something we can tick off our bucket list but we definitely won't be returning
Excellent show! I tended to like the side acts a bit better than the dancing. The dancers and outfits were stunning, but the dancing wasn't amazing and it was a lot of the same throughout the show. Either way, I recommend this experience.
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