Crazy Horse Cabaret Tours
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Held in an intimate underground venue, the Crazy Horse cabaret’s provocative yet sophisticated burlesque-style show celebrates femininity and specializes in the art of seduction, with a series of elaborately choreographed routines performed by highly trained dancers wearing custom-made red-soled Louboutins, bob wigs, bright red lipstick—and often little else. Avant-garde artist Alain Bernardin established the venerated Crazy Horse de Paris in 1951.
During the cabaret’s 90-minute Totally Crazy show, audience members witness some of the troupe’s most classic routines, including the well-known Philippe Decouflé–choreographed Crazy Horse Guards, which sees the Crazy Girls donning bearskin hats and skimpy royal guard uniforms. The venue also hosts newer acts created by the likes of Dita von Teese and Ali Mahdavi. You can book show tickets in advance or upgrade your experience to include VIP extras such as Champagne and appetizers. You can also pair a visit here with a pre- or post-show dinner at the nearby art deco brasserie, Chez Francis.
Things to Know Before You Go
- Dress respectably. Ties and jackets are not required, but shorts, sneakers, and sportswear are not allowed.
- Performances contain partial nudity and may not be suitable for kids.
- For the ultimate indulgence, splurge on a private VIP booth to sip Champagne and snack on caviar during the show.
- Seats are not reservable; they are assigned and allocated on the night of the show.
- The Crazy Horse is wheelchair accessible.
How to Get There
The Crazy Horse de Paris venue is on Avenue George V near the Champs-Elysees. Both the bus (lines 42, 63, 72, 80, and 92) and the Metro (line 9) connect to the nearby Alma–Marceau station. Alternatively, take the RER C line to Pont de l’Alma or the RER A line to Charles de Gaulle–Etoile.
When to Get There
Shows take place twice a night, at 8:30pm and 11pm, Sunday to Friday; on Saturdays there are three performances, at 7pm, 9:30pm, and midnight. Arrive early to catch the pre-show burlesque act, which begins 30 minutes before the main performance.
Which Paris Cabaret is Right for You?
Paris is home to several legendary cabaret venues, and choosing between the two most renowned—Moulin Rouge and Crazy Horse de Paris—can be difficult. If you want Las Vegas–style acts and fanfare—and to see the world-famous cancan—Moulin Rouge is the cabaret for you. Crazy Horse, meanwhile, offers artistic and slightly racier performances in a smaller, more intimate setting.
Address: 12 Avenue George V, Paris 75008, France
Admission: Check website for show prices
Admission Tickets (5)
1 Tours and Activities to Experience Crazy Horse Cabaret
Celebrate 65 years of folly and glamour at Crazy Horse Paris with its new show, Totally Crazy. This 90-minute performance includes a selection of magnificent acts created by Philippe Decouflé, Christian Louboutin, Chantal Thomass, and more. Upgrade your experience to include Champagne and appetizers.
Indulge in an evening of fine French cuisine and classic Parisian cabaret with this dinner-and-show combo package at Chez Francis and the famous Crazy Horse Paris. With all the details arranged for a seamless and memorable night out, savor a 3-course menu with stellar views of the Eiffel Tower at the Art Deco brasserie, and treat your senses to the talented dancers and mesmerizing effects of the Crazy Horse’s new ‘Désirs’ show.
To enjoy the Crazy Horse show even more intensely before the curtain goes up ! Get the unique privilege to meet a Crazy Horse dancer backstage for 1hour to learn all the stories and secrets. Then let's the magic begin and enjoy the Crazy Horse show.
Spend an evening in Paris' famous Crazy Horse cabaret with VIP seats for 'Désir,' a provocative show including burlesque-style acts and silhouette dancing for which the club is well-known. Enjoy the luxury of VIP treatment including a private booth with some of the best seats in the club, French caviar to nibble and Champagne to drink while you take in the spectacular 1.5-hour show.
Price varies by group size
Price varies by group size
Combine an elegant dining experience at 58 Tour Eiffel with a sultry Parisian cabaret for the ultimate night out. Top your 3-course meal at the award-winning restaurant with first-floor views over Paris from the Eiffel Tower. Then toast your evening with a half-bottle of Champagne at the legendary Crazy Horse cabaret, where talented dancers provide seductive entertainment with impressive lighting displays that enhance the sensuality of the female form. Bonus: you're chauffeured to each venue by a private driver.
Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
Should I book Crazy Horse Cabaret tickets in advance?
We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Crazy Horse Cabaret can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund. See all 1 Crazy Horse Cabaret tickets and tours on Viator.
How much does it cost to visit Crazy Horse Cabaret 2020?
Currently, an entrance ticket to Crazy Horse Cabaret costs USD 101.63. Guided Crazy Horse Cabaret tours start around USD 101.63 per person. See all 1 Crazy Horse Cabaret tickets and tours on Viator.
What's the best way to experience Crazy Horse Cabaret?
The best ways to experience Crazy Horse Cabaret are:
- Crazy Horse Cabaret New Show in Paris
- Crazy Horse Cabaret Show and Dinner at Chez Francis in Paris
- Crazy Horse Experience Meet a Dancer before the Show
- Crazy Horse Cabaret Show Private VIP Booth with Champagne & Caviar
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