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Moulin Rouge Tickets

Enter a world of feather frocks, sparkly silhouettes, and showstopping high-kicks with your Moulin Rouge Paris tickets. Entertaining crowds for over 100 years, Moulin Rouge is one of the top Parisian attractions. Talented twirlers take center stage for two epic hours of Parisian cabaret. With tickets to Moulin Rouge, make sure to book this unique Paris experience to enjoy a captivating world of applause-worthy cabaret performances.
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Our tips for Moulin Rouge

  • The early bird gets the worm. Queues before each performance line the street and the Moulin Rouge theatre ticket system operates on a first-come, first-served basis, so for the best seats, arrive at least half an hour early.
  • Photo-ops are limited. The venue doesn’t take kindly to cameras, so be sure to keep yours away during your time here. A professional photographer will capture your awestruck faces throughout the night, although print copies do come at a pretty hefty price.
  • Dress to impress. The dress code for the iconic Moulin Rouge show is smart. So, avoid wearing shorts, flip-flops, and sportswear at all costs.

Good to know

Moulin Rouge means ‘red windmill’. This famous site got its name from the red windmill that once stood where the Moulin Rouge is now. The iconic red windmill replica atop the Moulin Rouge is another nod to the location’s history. It was rebuilt in 1915 after the site was destroyed by a fire. Reconstruction took six years, with the cabaret finally re-opening in 1921 following the end of the First World War.
The inspiration behind Baz Luhrman's award-winning film and works by famous artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Moulin Rouge has been a perpetual Parisian icon since it first flung open its doors in 1889.
Besides the jigs and jives, the rich history, culture, and dazzling décor of this Paris attraction with its plush red velvet interiors and elegant chandeliers are sure to sweep you off your feet. Surviving two world wars, economic crises, and social turmoil, Moulin Rouge has stood the test of time.
For more than 125 years, its delightful mix of risqué choreography, awe-inspiring sets, and decked-out dancers lent a euphoric Parisian charm that cannot be replicated in the world of cabaret.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to book Moulin Rouge tickets?
    A:

    This legendary show keeps its doors open year-round, although tickets can sell out months in advance. Three performances run each evening, an 8 pm dinner show, as well as a 9 pm and 11 pm show, allowing visitors to book a time that best suits their itinerary.

  • Q: How do I get there?
    A:

    Metro trains are ideal for getting around the city. Blanche station on metro line 2 is within easy walking distance of the Moulin Rouge. The 11 pm performance usually concludes after the metro closes for the night, so your best bet for hotel returns at this time will be via taxi.

  • Q: How long is the Moulin Rouge musical?
    A:

    Moulin Rouge musical is approximately 2 hours & 30 minutes long including the intermission.

  • Q: What is the language of the show at Moulin Rouge?
    A:

    Some of the Moulin Rouge show is in French and some of it is in English. But not knowing French is not a barrier to enjoying this entertaining show.

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