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Moulin Rouge Paris: price, cabaret show, dress code

The show at the Moulin Rouge in Paris is one of the must-do activities. The show lasts approximately 1h45. You will fall under the spell of the costumes, the dances, and the fantastic atmosphere of this mythical place in the French capital. Some tickets include a glass of champagne, others even a dinner. Discover everything you need to know to visit the Moulin Rouge in Paris (dress code, tickets, etc.).

  1. Tickets for the show at the Moulin Rouge in Paris ?
  2. Dress code ?
  3. How to get there ?
  4. The district of Pigalle ✨
  5. Other cabarets in Paris ?

1. Tickets for the Moulin Rouge show in Paris

Tickets with champagne. Attend the magical Moulin Rouge show with a glass of champagne: see tickets and reviews for the show, including champagne.

Tickets with dinner. You can also accompany the show with a delicious French-style gourmet dinner. Tickets then include dinner and half a bottle of champagne: see more details + reviews for the Moulin Rouge show with dinner.

Good to know! The Moulin Rouge is not the only famous cabaret in Paris. The Crazy Horse is also a great place to discover. The plus of the Crazy Horse is its location. Leaving the show, you will be able to admire the illuminated Eiffel Tower just 3 minute walk from the cabaret. Find out more: see more info on the Crazy Horse cabaret. You might even fall as the Eiffel Tower sparkles.

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2. How to dress at the Moulin Rouge Paris?

Proper attire is required. Shorts, Bermuda shorts, flip-flops, and sports shoes are not accepted. If you don’t know which outfit to dress at the Moulin Rouge in Paris, go for a casual-chic outfit (e.g., shirt, dress).

Good to know!

A cloakroom is available on-site. This service costs 2 euros per article deposited. However, large bags, suitcases, and bulky backpacks are not accepted.

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3. How to get to the Moulin Rouge in Paris?

Address. The Moulin Rouge is located at 82 Bd de Clichy, 75018 Paris (see location on Google Maps).

How to go? The nearest metro stations are Blanche (line 2; 1 minute walk), Place de Clichy (lines 2 and 13; 5 minutes walk), Pigalle (lines 2 and 12; 5 minutes walk).

Good to know! It is forbidden to take photos during the show.

4. Visit the Pigalle district

Neighborhood with a sulfurous reputation. The trendy Pigalle district is famous for its red lights and nightlife. You will find many nightclubs and naughty shops for adults there. Pigalle is a vivacious district.

Little tips. Pigalle is not necessarily the nicest district in Paris. If you want to take a walk near Moulin Rouge, don’t stay on Boulevard de Clichy. For example, go towards the Church of the Holy Trinity via Rue Blanche (13 minutes on foot). Or take Rue Pierre Fontaine, which goes down to the Saint-Georges metro station (also a 13-minute walk). A lovely place to discover!

pigalle area
Pigalle district in Paris, near Moulin Rouge

5. Other cabarets to visit in Paris

Paris counts many famous cabarets in addition to the Moulin Rouge, for instance, the Crazy Horse and the Paradis Latin. The Lido cabaret has closed.

Crazy Horse. This famous Parisian cabaret is located in the Champs-Élysées district. So, before the show or after, you can go to the Pont de l’Alma (3 minutes on foot) to admire the Seine and the Eiffel Tower. In addition, a stone’s throw from the Pont de l’Alma is the Flame of Liberty, the unofficial memorial to Princess Diana. To find out more about Crazy Horse: see the prices for the magnificent show at Crazy Horse Paris. In addition, you can also take a walk after the show to the Pont Alexandre III, the most majestic bridge in Paris.

Latin paradise: see show prices.

The show at the Moulin Rouge in Paris will leave you with unforgettable memories of your trip. If you can’t find tickets for the Moulin Rouge, get tickets for the Crazy Horse. It is also a magnificent Parisian cabaret.

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Louis and Emilie

We once heard visitors in Paris saying that the French are not the most welcoming people. It made us sad. That's why we started this blog! So you can get the best information for your travel to France! Of course, we love Paris. We have lived in multiple areas, from Canal St Martin to right next to the Eiffel Tower. We also explore regions of France whenever we can. Our favorites for a weekend away from Paris are Etretat and Mont Saint Michel. The beautiful French Riviera is a marvelous place to explore for a week.

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