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Moulin Rouge Paris Dinner and Show
"Enjoy an excellent meal in the resplendent Parisian cabaret made famous by the paintings of Toulouse Lautrec. You have a choice from three different menus and a half bottle of Champagne is included.After dinner see the French Cancan performed in the Parisian home of the Cancan. You'll experience the magic of the Moulin Rouge's ""Féerie"" review and enjoy the essence of Parisian cabaret.The Moulin Rouge's ""Féerie"" review features a troupe of 100 artist including 60 legendary Doriss Girls dressed in spectacular costumes of feathers rhinestones and sequins. The sumptuous sets and vibrant light show of ""Féerie"" provide a colorful backdrop for brilliantly choreographed performances on moving staircases in a gigantic aquarium on swings and in garden settings.Book now! Moulin Rouge regularly sells out weeks in advance
From EUR174.00
Moulin Rouge Show: VIP Seating with Champagne
"Your once-in-a-lifetime experience begins with skip-the-line entry into the Moulin Rouge avoiding the long entrance lines. Once inside you’ll be greeted by a host and shown to the coat check where you can leave your belongings. Soak up the atmosphere of one of Paris’ most popular and historic venues as you make your way to your privileged seat. Up on a private balcony with just 24 seats in total your seat guarantees first-class views of the stage ensuring a truly unforgettable evening.During the Moulin Rouge show you'll be served a half bottle of Billecart-Salmon Champagne and macaroons from the famous French patisserie
From EUR210.00
Viator VIP: Moulin Rouge Show with Exclusive VIP Seating and 4-Course Dinner
"Your VIP Paris experience begins with skip-the-line entry into the Moulin Rouge so you can avoid the queues that form each night. You will be greeted by a staff member who will show you to the complimentary coat check where you can leave your belongings and then lead you to your premium table — one of 24 exclusive VIP seats on a balcony with first-class views of the Moulin Rouge stage.Enjoy a Champagne tasting to start your VIP experience as you soak up the atmosphere of one of the most popular and historic venues in Paris and then prepare to feast on your delicious 4-course dinner served on elegant china and accompanied by wine. Enjoy such specialties as duck fois gras sea bass fillet with a mushroom sauce and a typically delectable French dessert (please see the Itinerary section for a sample menu).At 9pm the spectacular Moulin Rouge show will begin. This legendary French cabaret was made famous by the cancan and the paintings of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
From EUR420.00

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See it at night....

Thanks to Aussie director Baz Luhrman and our famous export Nicole Kidman, the Moulin Rouge has become a part of popular culture. Since the film it has reached the status of Paris 'must see' on many...
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Jan 21, 2005


You will find easy this famouse cabaret built in 1889. It has red windmill on its roof and it is located close to Montmartre in «red light district of Pigalle». You probablu heard for CAN- CAN dance....
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Dec 20, 2008

Féerie c'est Fantastic!

I'll admit I was hesitant - 99 Euros (US$133) for dinner and a show is pricey for me. But my friends wanted to go and I thought, what the heck? How often do I get to Paris?From the time we arrived at...
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Apr 04, 2011

Moulin Rouge

I've never had the money or the inclination to see the show at the Moulin Rouge, but I do think that it is a must when visiting Paris, to go there at night and see it all lit up so beautifully. Just...
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Mar 05, 2013

Le Moulin Rouge

The world's famous cabaret...... stunning & extravagant cancan shows! A least once in your life. The setting of Ewan McG & Nicole K.'s blockbuster movie of the same...
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Oct 29, 2005


Brilliant Fab Fantastic Doo doo doo doo doo doo doooo la la la la la la laaaa la la la la la la laaaa .... Thats me singing the CanCan, which the Moulin Rouge is famous for. If you are "in to" musical...
Sep 02, 2004

moulin rouge

the moulin rouge (red windmill) night club is the most famous in paris. they offer las vegas style shows ending with offenbach's "orpheus in the underworld" and the famous can-can. the shows are...
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Jul 22, 2006

Experience the Show in Paris

The Moulin Rouge is not only for Cabaret. It is also open for event reservation like Congresses, Seminars, Gala lunches or dinners, Fashion parades, TV Cast, Special Events, & Press...
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Nov 05, 2006

Moulin Rouge

An easy walk down from Montmartre and Sacre Coeur. The Moulin Rouge club is in one of the seedier parts of Paris. By day it feels fairly innocuous, but at night it definitely feels more sinister. The...
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May 24, 2006

A little red windmill

One of the more recognisable icons of Paris is the 'Red Windmill', which sounds far more alluring when it is said in French as "The Moulin Rouge".Indeed, the street it is situated on sounds far better...
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Apr 04, 2006

The Cabaret

This is the most famous of Paris Cabarets, it has been celebrated by Tolouse Latrec paintings first and more recently by the movie of Baz Luhrmann with Nikole Kidman.Some numbers: the show of Moulin...
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Oct 01, 2015

Moulin Rouge, Much more beautiful at night

The Moulin Rouge club is definitely one of the seedier parts of Paris. If it feels a little dodgy by day, at night the plaUsce takes on a much more sordid feeling. The strip clubs all around it come...
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Nov 16, 2004
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Musée de l'Erotisme

Musee le l’erotisme is a funny sex museum at (what a surprise) Pigalle district, not far from the numerous nightclubs of the area. We visited the museum one evening in 2005, that’s the good thing...
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Cimetière de Montmartre

Other well known personalities are the composers Berlioz and Offenbach. One of the most delicious stories surrounds the dancer and prostitute Louise Weber, better known as La Goulue. Starting out as a...
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Musée de la Vie Rromantique

This museum is about The Romantic Life, but not "romantic" in the sense of people falling in love and giving each other flowers. Rather it is about a group of artists and writers who lived in Paris...
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Quartier Pigalle

Wearing the name of the sculptor Jean-Baptiste Pigalle and surrounded a century ago by artists' studios and cafes, Pigalle of today looks more like the "red light" district of Paris. Although the...
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Palais de Chaillot

Today, the Palais de Chaillot houses a number of different museums. In the south wing, there are two - the Musée de la Marine (Naval Museum) and the Musée de l'Homme (The Museum of Man). The former is...
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Espace Dalí

Popped in because I was trying to avoid the rain, even though I remained quite neutral towards the art of Dali. But I thought the visit was thoroughly enjoyable and informative. The museum looks...
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Getting to Moulin Rouge


82 Boulevard de Clichy, 75018 Paris


  • Sunday 19:00 to 01:00
  • Monday 19:00 to 01:00
  • Tuesday 19:00 to 01:00
  • Wednesday 19:00 to 01:00
  • Thursday 19:00 to 01:00
  • Friday 19:00 to 01:00
  • Saturday 19:00 to 01:00