Le Louxor

Local nameLe Louxor
Location10th arrondissement of Paris, France

This cinema's history starts in 1921, when the first movie (Danish science-fiction silent film A Trip to Mars, published in 1918) showed on its screens. It was registered under Historic Monuments (thanks to its neo-Egyptian facade and roofs). Shortly after that, it was transformed into the biggest gay nightclub in the city and closed in 1988. It was abandoned until 2013, which is the year when the cinema got renovated to its former beauty and reopened its doors to visitors.

Today you can enjoy various kinds of movies in the modern and renovated interior of the building. Most of the movies are in French without subtitles, so if you are not a French speaking person, you might have trouble understanding them.

It's located right next to the metro station Barbès - Rochechouart (lines 2 and 4).

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Opening hours

Be sure to check the official website for more information concerning the times.


Adults: €9.50
Concessions: €7.90
Youth (under 26): €6
Children (under 15): €5

More information and contact

Wikipedia https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Le_Louxor

Official Website https://www.cinemalouxor.fr/

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Louxor-Palais-du-Cin%C3%A9ma-347088208726199/

Phone +33 1 44 63 96 96

Address 170 Boulevard de Magenta, 75010 Paris, France

Coordinates 48°53'0.642" N 2°21'0.229" E

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