Things to do in Moulin Rouge
With its easily recognizable red windmills on the roof and the posters of Toulouse-Lautrec as interior elements, the Moulin Rouge, has become an iconic symbol of Paris. Opened in 1889 in the district of Pigalle, this legenday cabaret is where the modern can-can dance has evolved into a unique form of art and entertainment worshipped by several generations of bohemian Parisians. After more than a century since its opening, the Moulin Rouge is still number one dancing show in Paris and one of the top touristic attractions. Lucky ticket holders have a chance to experience a whirl of fantastical costumes, amazing sets and, as the top of the milk, a thrilling dancing extravaganza performed by the world-renowned showgirls and French Cancan dancers. For a posh evening like this, champagne is a must, so it's included in the most of the Moulin Rouge's dinner offers.
Our recommendations in Moulin Rouge
Buy your Moulin Rouge Show tickets: Live a dream night in an iconic setting and discover a different side of Paris's famous landmarks by night.
Paris City tour and Moulin Rouge show
Discover the charm of the French capital with a bus tour and admire the fun and sensual show at the Moulin Rouge.
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Sightseeing cruise and Moulin Rouge show tickets
Book this tour including a cruise along the banks of the Seine river and entrance tickets for a show at Moulin Rouge!
Interactive bus tour of Paris and ticket for the show at Moulin Rouge
Book this tour that combines tickets to the show at Moulin Rouge with champagne and an interactive city tour of Paris by bus.
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Reviews Moulin Rouge
“Very efficient and organized. Took the hassle out of doing it on our own. Made our Moulin Rouge experience a truly brilliant experience.”
“Um programa para uma noite diferente das outras, numa cidade especial.Tudo bem organizado”
“Took good care of us.”
“A must go to show.....we'll definetly be going again next time we are in Paris”