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Faubourg Montmartre: an entertainment district.


Located in the south-east of the 9th arrondissement of Paris, the Faubourg-Montmartre district is the 35th administrative district of the capital. It is bounded to the north by the streets of Montholon and Lamartine. The Boulevard des Italiens and the Boulevard Poissonnière mark its southern border while to the west, we find Laffitte and Fléchier streets. To the east Faubourg-Poissonnière Street, separates it from the Chaussée d’Antin district.



By its name, the Faubourg-Montmartre directly echoes the Montmartre district. Formerly a commune of extramural market garden lands, it bordered Paris and was located on the main road leading to the Montmartre Abbey. One could find in its surroundings some “follies”, these luxurious country houses where the rich bourgeois used to receive their mistresses to do “follies”. After a period of significant urbanisation under Louis XVI, the capital expanded in 1784 through the annexation of surrounding villages. During the French Revolution, the district took the name of “section du Faubourg-Montmartre”.

Cultural sites

  • Théâtre des Folies Bergère: Inaugurated in 1869, this theatre, still in activity, is registered on the list of historical monuments. Built in an eclectic style, one can enjoy theatrical performances, musicals or concerts where women and writers were long in the spotlight. Maupassant, Manet, Charlie Chaplin, Josephine Baker and Dalida are among the many artists who passed through its doors or walked on its stage.
  • The Palace: This Art Deco style concert hall was first a cinema in 1912, then a music hall in 1923, before it was converted into a mythical nightclub in the 1970s. Finally restored in a Roaring Twenties style, it has now become a general public venue. World-famous personalities came to enjoy its festive atmosphere or to perform there. Housed in a late 18th century building that was completely renovated, this site can accommodate 970 spectators.


Local landmarks

  • Musée Grévin (Grévin Museum): In 1882, Arthur Meyer had the idea of founding a wax museum and joined forces with the artist Alfred Grévin. Today the site lists more than 200 wax celebrities, from Albert Einstein to Michael Jackson to Charles Aznavour. Some pieces even retrace the history of France through well-known scenes such as Joan of Arc at the stake. Every year, new heads are added to the collection and nearly 800,000 visitors come to admire them.
  • The Bouillon Chartier: Created in 1896 by the Chartier brothers, this restaurant is today classified as a historical monument. As you walk through its doors, you will discover a Belle Époque decoration, preserved since its inauguration. Open 365 days a year, the Bouillon offers a menu of traditional French cuisine at affordable prices.



  • Grange Batelière Nursery School: 11, rue de la Grange Batelière, 75009 Paris. Accessible by metro line 12 (Notre-Dame-de-Lorette) and bus line 43 (Châteaudun-Lamartine).
  • La Victoire Elementary School: 16, rue de la Victoire, 75009 Paris. Accessible by metro line 12 (Notre-Dame-de-Lorette) and bus line 43 (Châteaudun-Lamartine).


Nearby transportation

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