Palace of Versailles and Moulin Rouge
The Palace of Versailles and the Moulin Rouge are two of Paris’s most iconic and popular tourist attractions.
These attractions offer a unique and unforgettable experience, and a combination ticket allows visitors to experience both in one day.
The Palace of Versailles is a magnificent royal palace just outside Paris.
It was the residence of French kings from Louis XIV to Louis XVI, considered one of the most outstanding achievements of French architecture.
Beautiful gardens surround the palace, home to the famous Hall of Mirrors, where the Treaty of Versailles was signed, ending World War I.
This Palace of Versailles ticket includes entrance and access to the Gardens except during Musical Fountains Shows.
The Moulin Rouge, on the other hand, is a world-renowned cabaret show located in the heart of Paris.
The venue opened its doors in 1889 and is known for its extravagant performances.
We highly recommend booking the option with dinner to taste authentic French cuisine!
A visit to the Moulin Rouge is a must for anyone who wants to experience the vibrant nightlife of Paris.
A combination ticket for the Palace of Versailles and the Moulin Rouge is a convenient and cost-effective way to see both famous attractions.
With this combination ticket, you save upto €29 as compared to individual Moulin Rouge and Palace of Versailles tickets. Isn’t that a steal!
The ticket allows you to explore the palace and its gardens at your own pace during the day and then enjoy the cabaret show in the evening.
You can even choose separate days for visiting both attractions separately!
The price for tickets are as follows.
Palace of Versailles tickets:
Adult ticket (18+ years): €20
Child ticket (upto 17 years): Free
EU resident (upto 25 years): Free
Moulin Rouge show tickets:
Toulouse-Lautrec dinner and show: €215
Belle Epoque dinner and show: €245