Paradis Latin, cabaret in Paris Paradis Latin, cabaret in Paris

Paradis Latin, cabaret in Paris

Listed as a historical monument in the capital, the Paradis Latin is the oldest cabaret in Paris. Originally a Theatre imagined by Napoleon in 1802 and frequented by artists and authors, it was rebuilt in 1889 by Gustave Eiffel to be reborn as the Paradis Latin, with performances of operettas, ballets, dances and attractive shows. Currently, the famous choreographer Kamel Ouali is directing the new show "L'Oiseau Paradis" with dancers, burlesque creatures, actors and singers for a show full of poetry and sensuality. Lunches and dinners during the shows are provided by the famous multi-starred chef Guy Savoy.

A dazzling show for all the family
from €50

Brighten up your Parisian evenings with the lights of the Paradis Latin!

from €175
Discover the oldest cabaret in Paris, the Paradis Latin, in the heart of the Latin Quarter. Be dazzled by the revue "L'Oiseau Paradis", a breathtaking staging of over 500 glittering costumes and the iconic French Cancan.
from €90

Customer Reviews

4.5/52,799 reviews

Mikinley M.
April 14th 2024
I thought the pass was a great way to start exploring Paris. I did several activities I would never have found on my own (perfume making, personal audio walking tours) that I really enjoyed. I had a little trouble knowing which number to use for the external booking sites, but everything worked out okay. Overall a great pass for people experiencing Paris for the first time or who aren’t really sure what they want to do.
Damian G.
April 13th 2024
Good experience overall.
April 10th 2024

entry into the museum was exactly at the scheduled time, wonderful museum