What we love…
- History buffs and cheeky party animals can come together for this night-time cabaret show in the historic Moulin Rouge.
- Built in 1889 in Pigalle neighborhood at the bottom of Montmartre hill, the venue was meant to be a public gathering place where the wealthy could hobnob with workers, writers, poets, artists, and international travelers.
- The Moulin Rouge launched the career of artists Toulouse-Lautrec and many dancers of the time. You're sure to see the modern can-can in the show, which is said to have been born at the Moulin Rouge.
- Today the venue serves tourists who want to experience a bit of the history and magic of the infamous cabaret so yes, it could be considered a tourist trap full of sequins, feathers, and rhinestones, but if you have euro to burn it's fun show.
What you need to know:
- The Feerie show runs twice a night at 9 pm and 11 pm and you'll have a few options for ticket prices:
- Dinner/champagne + Show at €175-€200 depending on your menu.
- Drinks + Show (or 1/2 bottle of champagne at €105
- Just the show itself which will run you €95.
- Since there is plenty of amazing food in Paris for our money we suggest you skip dinner and grab it elsewhere, it's about the booze and dancing anyway.
- Despite what you may think after watching the Hollywood movie about the Moulin Rouge, this isn't a bar or club that you can mingle around with other patrons, it's a proper show with assigned and reserved seating.
- Seats fill up quickly so call ahead for reservations. (Note: Even if you have reserved a seat you will be required to wait in the line-up pre-show.)
- There's also a strict no photo rule once you're inside, and it's held up by security so do yourself a favor and leave the bulky camera at home.