Moulin Rouge


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Prices & Opening Times


From 88€ up to 210€ per person

From 225€ up to 445€ per person

Cloakroom service: 2€ (luggage not accepted)

Tickets Cancelation Policy


Opening times

Show hours
9pm (entrance from 8.15pm)
11.30pm (entrance from 10.45pm)

Dinner+ Show
Dinner at 7pm and show at 9pm
Doors opening at 6.45pm

Show duration: Around 1h45m


  • Doors close 10 minutes before the show’s beginning. After this admission may be refused.
  • After the show’s beginning entry will be refused without any refund.

Main scenes & Photos

Main scenes
  • 1st Scene – The moulin rouge in the past and present, the moulin rouge forever
  • 2nd Scene – The pirates
  • 3rd Scene – At the circus
  • 4rth Scene – The moulin rouge from 1900 to…

1st Scene – The moulin rouge in the past and present, the moulin rouge forever
2nd Scene – The pirates
3rd Scene – At the circus
4rth Scene – The moulin rouge from 1900 to…


How to get there


82 Boulevard de Clichy


Subway: Blanche
Bus: 74, 95
Parking: Clichy Montmartre car park

Parking special packages
“Moulin Rouge Show” package: 5 € / 3H
“Moulin Rouge Dinner and Show” package: 8€ / 5H

Eat at the Moulin Rouge

Dinner menus: Toulouse-Lautrec (from 225€), Belle Epoque (from 260€), VIP (from 445€), , Child 6-12 (from 120€) and Vegetarian (from 225€), plus “A la Carte”.

Executive Chef: Arnaud Demerville

Etiquette & Other Info

Dress Code

Dress Code: Elegant attire

Shorts and short pants, and sports shoes and sportswear are not allowed
A tie and jacket are not necessary
Hat or cap must be removed when entering inside

Other Informations
  • Children aged six and above are welcome, provided they are accompanied by an adult.
  • Children under the age of 18 will not be provided with any alcoholic beverages.
  • Be aware that the “Féérie” show includes segments featuring nudity of the performers.

History Timeline

6 October 1889 – Mr Oller and Mr Zidler founds the Moulin Rouge with the first French Cancan show

26 October 1890 – His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales (future Edward VII) attends a show at the Moulin Rouge during a private visit to Paris. When the dancer La Goulue recognizes him, she spontaneously exclaims from the stage the famous phrase, “Hey, Wales, the champagne’s on you!”

1891 – Toulouse-Lautrec’s first poster for the Moulin Rouge with the popular can-can dancer “La Goulue” (stage name of Louise Weber)

12 November 1897 – The Moulin Rouge closes because of the funeral of Charles Zidler.

29 November 1902 – Last ball at the Moulin Rouge, which is transformed into a concert theatre

1925 – The “Mistinguett” show

1939 – Mistinguett’s last show

1957 – Doris Haug creates the “Doriss Girls” at the Moulin rouge

1962 – Jacki Clerico becomes manager at the Moulin Rouge

1963 – “Frou Frou” show first success. Since then, Jacki Clerico, who was superstitious, only selects show titles that start with the letter “F.”

4 February 1982 – A one-off show by Liza Minnelli.

25 September 1984 – Frank Sinatra Gala

23 December 1999 – First performance of the new show “Féerie”

2019 – 130th anniversary

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Frequently Asked Questions

about the Moulin Rouge

The Moulin Rouge,located in Paris, is a renowned cabaret celebrated for its extravagant performances that encompass music, dance, and acrobatics.

Operating since 1889, this iconic establishment stands as one of Paris’s prime tourist destinations.

The Moulin Rouge offers two shows per night, at 9:00 PM and 11:00 PM.

The shows last approximately two hours.

Find all the information on our Snapshot section under “Prices & Opening Times”

Yes, it is highly recommended to book your tickets in advance, especially during peak tourist seasons.

Given the Moulin Rouge’s immense popularity, shows tend to sell out rapidly.

The Moulin Rouge is located in the Montmartre district of Paris.

The nearest metro station is Blanche, which is on line 2. Pigalle and Abbesses train stations are also close by.

The Moulin Rouge is also a short walk from the Sacré-Coeur basilica (15 min walk)

The Moulin Rouge does not have its own parking facilities.

The Moulin Rouge does not have its own parking facilities. However, you can park in Car park Clichy Montmartre at a special rate.

There are also public transportation options available for convenient access to the venue.

Find all the information on our Snapshot section under “How to get there”

The dress code for the Moulin Rouge is elegant attire.

This means no shorts, flip-flops, or sportswear.

Men should dress in smart-casual clothing  (not required to wear a tie and jacket).

No, photography and video recording are not permitted during the show

The minimum age for the show is six years old.

Be aware that the “Féérie” show contains scenes featuring nudity.

Furthermore, it is important to mention that alcoholic beverages will not be provided to individuals below 18 years of age.

No, outside beverages are not allowed inside the Moulin Rouge.

However, the venue offers a selection of drinks for purchase to enhance your experience.