Enjoy a fablulous show at the iconic Crazy Horse in Paris! The incredible show consists of a series of highly aesthetic and visual tableaus presented by the legendary Crazy Horse dancers.
- Enjoy a unique show in Paris
- Be enchanted by the show's sensual style of dance
- Choose between Show & Champagne, Dinner & Show or Show Only
Enjoy a Fablulous Show at Crazy Horse
Crazy Horse Paris is the most iconic of all the Parisian cabarets.
The Crazy Horse is a genuine Paris style cabaret celebrating the female body. Therefore, you will experience nearly complete nudity and many sensual dances. If you find this offensive please do not book for Crazy Horse.
After the dinner at either restaurant Chez Francis or Fouquet’s, you can walk go to The Crazy Horse to enjoy the show. It is a short maximum 10-minute walk.
How do I get my tickets?
Shortly after your booking is complete your e-ticket will be sent directly to your email, just print it out and bring it with you to Crazy Horse.
How long does the show last?
The show lasts 1½ hours.
Which seats should I choose?
You can see the seating plan for The Crazy Horse here. Please note that you cannot book specific seats or tables – just a category. We don't sell Box VIP seats on our site.
Is there a dress code at Crazy House?
Yes, the dress code is casual and business casual. Tie, suits or dress are optional. Jeans, shorts, sneakers are not permitted.
Are children allowed?
The show is not suitable for children.
12 avenue George V
Show incl. 1/2 bottle champagne:
Sunday to Friday: 8:15pm & 10:45pm.
Saturday: 7:00 pm, 9:30pm & 11:45pm.
Dinner & show:
Sunday to Friday:
Dinner at 6:30pm & show at 8:15 pm.
Dinner at 8:30pm & show at 10:45 pm.
Dinner at 7:30pm & show at 9:30 pm.
Dinner at 9:30pm & show at 11:45 pm.
Take the metro to Alma Marceau Station if you have booked show ONLY, from here it is only 5 min to Crazy Horse.
Take the metro to Alma Marceau Station if you have booked dinner at “Chez Francis” before the show.
Take the metro to George V Station if you have booked dinner at “Fouquet’s” before the show.