One of the most famous performance venues in the world, the Moulin Rouge has been treating patrons to spectacular cabaret shows since 1889. It is the birthplace of modern can-can dancing and has inspired numerous films, documentaries and books. The interior features stunning Belle Epoque decor that transports you back to one of Paris’ golden eras.
These days, the Moulin Rouge is a popular spot for a night of dinner and entertainment, putting on cabaret performances with beautiful dancers dressed in elaborate costumes. There are various types of tickets for purchase, including the popular dinner and show combination and VIP passes.
The cuisine at Moulin Rouge maintains the high culinary standard for which Paris is known, with the kitchen run by renowned Executive Chef, David Le Quellec. If you don’t have a chance to go at night, catch one of the matinee performances that start around 1pm and includes a gourmet lunch. The Moulin Rouge is easily combined with a visit to the landmark Villa des Platanes.
Moulin Rouge is located on the bustling Boulevard de Clichy, best reached by catching the 2 line to the Blanche subway station, which is right outside. You can also catch the number 30 or 54 bus to the Blanche stop.