Post Overview: Best things to do in Montmartre
Few neighborhoods encapuslate Paris’ charm to the extent of Montmartre. You can film an entire romantic film in the nieghborhood, floating between its cafes, viewpoints, gift shops and the world famous Basilica de Sacre-Coeur.
Every direction you turn to you’ll find lovebirds, giddy guests and talented street-performers enjoying the best of this beloved neighborhood. As one of the most popular destinations in Paris you’ll be joining a swarm of tourists tripping over eachother amidst the pops of color, great food and omnipresent buzz.
I’ve made it a point to enjoy the best things to do in Montmartre every time I’m in Paris (I’ve visited six times, so far) because as a creative person the neighborhood provides unparalled inspiration. I know that when I leave my hotel room for Montmartre, camera in hand, magic is about to happen!
But enough of the sappy (albeit sincere) flattery for the neighborhood, what do you say we get to the good stuff? Without futher ado here are the best things to do in Montmartre, Paris.
Tips for visiting Montmartre
Wear comfortable walking shoes: Montmartre isn’t all that big but it’s a weaving maze of charming nooks and crannies. Not to mention you’ll be climbing steps and navigating cobblestone streets! Since you’ll be putting plenty of steps on your pedometer app bring the most comfortable pair of walking shoes you got!
Book tickets ahead of time: While enjoying the best things to do in Montmartre you’ll quickly realize you’re not the only one with the neighborhood on your calendar. It’s a popular place full of crowds and eager tourists, so book tickets to the attractions you want to visit as soon as possible!
Beware of the bracelet scam: The bracelet scam is when folks (through smiles and conversation) get you to drop your guard and ask for your hand. Hell – sometimes they reach for it without asking! They then begin to weave a friendship bracelet onto your wrist without consent, asking for payment when finished. They’re usually found at the Basilica of the Sacre-Coeur, and to avoid them just have firm “no thank you’s” ready and keep it moving.
Best Things to Do Montmartre
#21. Watch a Cabaret at the iconic Moulin Rouge
I had heard the name “Moulin Rouge” for years before actually learning what it is. For those in a similar boat, Le Moulin Rouge translates to “The Red Mill” and it’s the home of the most famous cabarets in the world! Visiting is one of the best things to do in Montmartre thanks to both the entertainment and the venue’s history.
Cabarets are best described as halfway between a concert and a musical. Dancers take the stage and perform (historically women, in flashy garb) while guests eat and drink at their tables.
The cabaret opened in 1889, the same year that Paris hosted the World’s Fair (and built another iconic landmark). Tourists from around the world flocked to the French capital and many stopped by Moulin Rouge, growing its fame and in a lot of ways, its notoriety (because the dancing was of a provocative nature).
As time would tell Moulin Rouge became a bona fide homerun. More than 130 years later it’s still one of Paris’ most recognizable landmarks. You’ll find its facade decorating postcards, totes and even T-shirts.
And thanks to its rich history, visiting Moulin Rouge is one of the best things to do in Montmartre. You can book tickets for dinner and a show online, and they’re also one of the best ways to spend a night in Paris.
Each person will receive half a bottle of champagne (hello!) and be starstruck by the world-class dancing on stage. It’s one of the most fun date-nights I’ve had in a while and one of the best things to do in Montmartre.
Address: 82 Bd de Clichy, 75018 Paris, France
#20. Stroll the streets in the early hours
Montmartre is one of Paris’ most vibrant, artistic and full of life neighborhoods. With that said, sometimes you can only learn to truly appreciate something in the calm before the storm.
One of my favorite things to do in Montmartre is to wake up with the sun and walk the winding streets, accompanied only by my amazement. It’s both peaceful and inspirational, not to mention there is no need to worry about navigating crowds.
Montmartre is beautiful not only because of its vendors and restaurants but thanks to its architecture and greenery. You can either put in headphones or listen to the city wake up, because in that moment it’s just you and the neighborhood.
So if you’re looking for the best things to do in Montmartre and are okay with waking up early, perusing the streets before the crowds get to them should be high on your list. Just don’t forget to bring a camera (and even a tripod if you have one) to help capture the serenity before it’s gone!
#19. Grab a bite at the charming La Maison Rose
It’s easy to assume La Maison Rose has social media wrapped around its finger because of a famous Emily in Paris scene. In reality visiting the restaurant has been one of the best things to do in Montmartre long before the Netflix show was even an idea in its creator’s mind.
The restaurant was originally a house used as a painting studio by Ramon Pinchot, a Spanish painter. He was friends with Pablo Picasso and a mentor to a young Salvador Dali. The best artists of the time would gather at the house.
When Pinchot married Germaine Gargallo in 1908 she painted the outside of the building pink and opened it as a restaurant. Thus, La Maison Rose was born!
Over the next century La Maison Rose has changed hands more than once, but always remained a fixture in the neighborhood. In the present its iconic pink facade helps make visiting one of the best things to do in Montmartre.
I’ll be transparent and say that you’ll probably want to keep your visit solely on the outiside. The food isn’t nearly as memorable as the building itself.
Not to mention if you want a photo with the restaurant it’s best to show up in the morning! As one of the most popular things to do in Montmartre it’s constantly swarmed by tourists and by then you’ll either be photobombed or worse – be the photobomber.
Address: 2 Rue de l’Abreuvoir, 75018 Paris, France
#18. Gawk at the impressive Église Saint Pierre De Montmartre
Sitting at the foot of the world famous Sacre-Coeur Basilica is the lesser known, but just as historic Eglise Saint Pierre de Montmartre. With evidence dating the church back to the sixth-century it’s the second oldest church in Paris (only behind the Church of Saint-Germain des Pres).
Visiting the church is one of the most popular things to do in Montmartre, especially for those of the Catholic faith. If any theologians are reading, Saint Pierre de Montmartre is where Saint Ignatius di Loyola founded the Society of Jesus, better known as the Jesuits in the year 1540.
But regardless of your personal beliefs, the Eglise Saint Pierre de Montmartre is worth visiting purely from a historical standpoint. Since the church was largely destroyed, abandoned and decaying after the French Revolution it received a full restoration between 1899 and 1905.
Walking under its Romanesque arches and admiring the church’s architecture is not something to be taken for granted. There are centuries-old pieces of art inside and you can easily spend hours gawking at every minute detail.
Visiting the church is one of the best free things to do in Montmartre but if you want a richer experience you can pay €3 for an audio-guide. Just be conscientious of the time you’re visiting. Since it’s still a functioning house of worship you don’t want to disturb those at prayer.
Address: 2 Rue du Mont-Cenis, 75018 Paris, France
#17. Take a peek at Paris’ only wine-producing vineyard at Clos de Montmartre
Are you ready to have your mind blown?
Clos de Montmartre is the last remaining vineyard in Paris. It may come as a bit of a shock considering France is one of the largest wine producers in the world. But it’s true and if you’re looking for some unique things to do in Montmartre, I think it’ll be hard to beat this kind of history!
Created by the city of Paris in 1933 the little vineyard can be found tucked away in a peaceful spot on the northern slopes of Montmartre. It’s a short distance from Sacré-Coeur but lacks the crowds found at the basilica.
Regardless of its petite size, the impressive vineyard creates 27 different kinds of wine. The vineyard has the ability to produce 500 liters of wine annually. To put it simply, that’s roughly a little over 1700 bottles of wine.
At this time the vineyard is not open to the public, however peaking through the gate is still one of the best things to do in Montmartre. I guarantee you won’t be the only one admiring those grapes with googly eyes!
Address: 18 Rue des Saules, 75018 Paris, France
#16. Check out the public tribute to one of France’s biggest music icons; Dalida
Italian-French singer and actress Iolanda Cristina Gigliotti, better known by her stage name Dalida, was born in Egypt in 1933. She is one of the best-selling French/Italian music performers, with about 140 million recordings sold worldwide. Safe to say – she was a pretty big deal!
At 21 years old Dalida made the move to Paris and never looked back. Falling in love with Montmartre and calling Paris home for over 30 years, it’s apparent the neighborhood fell just as in love with her.
Today one of the best things to do in Montmartre is to visit the tribute created for the legendary French artist located in Place Dalida. It’s a public space with the same name as the late singer and in it is a bronze bust of Dalida.
Admirers come from all over the world, both locals and visitors — to pay their respects and to find some reprieve in the peaceful atmosphere. Some visitors have made it tradition to take a photo, palming the breasts of the statue. You’re free to take whatever photo you’d like, just bear that in mind if you’re visiting Montmartre with children.
The small square is simple with nothing luring folks in but the bust and three trees, which makes visiting all the more impressive and one of the best things to do in Montmartre.
Address: Rue de l’Abreuvoir, 75018 Paris, France
#15. Peruse the artwork at Le Musée de Montmartre
You know you’re a cool neighborhood when you have a museum dedicated to the art that was created within you. That’s exactly what the Musee de Montmartre is, and I’m glad it exists because too many artists called the neighborhood home for me to single handedly pick them out and analyze their work.
Visiting the museum is one of the best things to do in Montmartre and it inspires a deep appreciation for the neighborhood. The building itself is one of the oldest homes in Montmartre and the former studio of both Auguste Renoir and Suzanne Valadon.
And even if you have no idea who any of the artists are (like me, before I visited) the museum does a phenomenal job presenting everything in a digestible way. I came in a buffoon and left a connoisseur of impressionist art. 😉
There is a garden which provides a gentle reprieve from the high-spirited neighborhood, and a tucked away cafe selling pastries and drinks. (The cafe charges a €5 cover fee and honestly I’ve never been inclined to pay it).
All this to say if you’re looking for one of the best things to do in Montmartre that involve a little history and a lot of art you can’t find much better than the Musee de Montmartre.
Address: 12 Rue Cortot, 75018 Paris, France
#14. Take a tour of Montmartre by train
If you find yourself losing steam and your legs are begging for a break one of the best things to do in Montmartre is to take a tour of the neighborhood by train. Courtesy of The Little Tourist Train, you’re in for a real treat.
Discover the stories of Paris’ most eccentric neighborhood as you indulge in history with the guided-tour (that is offered in both French and English). You can expect to see lovely paved pathways, charming shops, renowned caricaturists, and so much more.
The best thing about this train tour? The breathtaking panoramic views of the city. The icing on the cake is that you get to gift your legs the beautiful gift of seating, enjoying the sweeping views without having to walk.
Two options are offered during time of purchase, either the full trip or one way. The full trip is going to cost €8.00/per adult and €4.50/per children under 12. And the one way will be €4.50/per adult and €3.50/per children under 12. The only difference is that the full trip will bring you back to where it dropped you off.
Since this is one of the best things to do in Montmartre, especially with kids — I suggest purchasing your tickets in advance. You can look at the available dates and purchase tickets online here.
#13. Pay a visit to the man walking through a wall
Officially known as Le Passe-Muraille (which translates to the Passer-Through-Walls) visiting this cheeky art piece is one of the best things to do in Montmartre, especially once you hear the story behind it. And no, a real man isn’t actually walking through a wall.
The attraction is on a street in Montmartre named after author Marcel Aymé. The author wrote a witty story about a character named Dutilleul who finds out he can walk through walls. The full story is actually quite funny but to keep things short I’m gonna have to spoil a few things.
After discovering the power to walk through walls, Dutilleul went to a doctor to find a cure. Although the doctor provided a cure, Dutilleul was too lazy to put it to use and didn’t do anything about it. Unfortunately, over time he started abusing his power and committing small crimes.
He first drove his manager mad by messing with him (ultimately sending him to an asylum). He then moved on to robbing banks and jewelry shops and eventually made his way to having an affair with a married woman. This part is important!
One day Dutilleul got a random headache. Scrummaging through his night stand he found two pills he assumed were aspirin and took them. Later that night when attempting to sneak out of his lovers house, the pills kicked in and suddenly cured Dutilleul — leaving him stuck while walking through the wall! Turns out the aspirin was the medicine prescribed by the doctors many moons ago that Dutilleul was too lazy to take, oops.
Today, one of the best things to do in Montmartre is to take a picture of yourself trying to help pull the poor man out of the wall. My advice on getting here is simply plugging in the street name, Marcel Aymé on your GPS and you’ll be able to find it!
#12. Grab a bite at Le Consulat
Le Consulat is a famous restaurant where you can order French staples like onion soup, mussels and frog legs (and more). Stopping by for a meal is one of the best things to do in Montmartre and a sure-fire way to make you feel like just enough of a local to stroke your ego.
The restaurant is hard to miss considering it’s all alone on an island. Unlike most other Parisian buildings joined at the hip with its neighbors, Le Consulat sits at the end of a street posing like a model at the end of a runway.
And Le Consulat was not only a popular destination for tourists but for some of the art world’s brightest minds, too. Artists like Picasso, Monet, van Gogh and Toulouse-Lautrec are said to have enjoyed a meal at the iconic French restaurant.
You won’t have much luck making a reservation considering Le Consulat doesn’t even have a website. My suggestion is to enjoy all the fun things to do in Montmartre and when you work up an appetite head to the restaurant which is conveniently located in the heart of the bustling neighborhood.
Address: 18 Rue Norvins, 75018 Paris, France
#11. Visit any of the stunning cemeteries
I’m not trying to be morbid and I’m not a believer in the occult, but believe me when I say taking a stroll through a cemetery is one of the best things to do in Montmartre.
The neighborhood has two cemeteries, both of which have their merits. The most famous and popular of the two is the nearly 200 year old Cimetiere du Nord, better known as the Montmartre Cemetery. It’s the third-largest necropolis within the French capital and is the resting place of many of the country’s (and neighborhood’s) heroes.
Most days the cemetery’s 30 acres are buzzing with a mixture of folks from all around the world. The rows and rows of headstones are adorned with flowers and (especially in the spring). The cemetery is also a resounding reminder of life, ironically juxtaposed against the 20,000 burial plots.
The lesser-known cemetery is the Cimetiere Saint-Vincent. This one is considerably smaller measuring less than 2 acres, but visiting is still one of the best things to do in Montmartre.
Unlike the Montmartre Cemetery that’s flocked by tourists, the Saint-Vincent Cemetery is a quieter and more serene place to visit. Famous people buried in the cemetery range from politicians to writers and draw folks in, but not nearly to the extent of the Montmartre Cemetery.
So if you’re in search of something unique to do in Montmartre and would like to peruse the thousands of names that once called the neighborhood home consider taking a stroll through the neighborhood’s two cemeteries.
Address: 6 Rue Lucien Gaulard, 75018 Paris, France & 20 Av. Rachel, 75018 Paris, France
#10. Check out one of the last standing windmills in Paris
Hundreds of years ago the area around Montmartre was not part of a major global city. Instead it was on the outskirts of the capital, as a part of the French countryside.
The neighborhood was home to farming families, and dozens of windmills adorned the Montmartre skyline. As Paris grew and expanded most of these windmills fell to make room for apartments and storefronts.
So one of the best things to do in Montmartre is to check out the neighborhood’s most iconic windmill. The centuries-old landmark sings an ode to the neighborhood’s roots and stands in stark contrast to the modern city that surrounds it.
The Moulin de la Galette (also known as Blute-Fin) at 83 Rue Lepic has long stood the test of time. After surviving the French Revolution, The Napoleonic Wars and two World Wars the windmill has been transformed into a restaurant. Inside you’ll be served cozy French classics in a charming little dining room and terrace.
And the root of the windmill’s fame comes from a variety of paintings made by some of the world’s most famous artists like Vincent van Gogh, Pierre-Auguste Renoir and Maurice Utrillo.
In fact, one of Renoir’s most famous paintings is titled Dance at Le moulin de la Galette. It depicts the lively community hub the windmill was in the late 19th century.
Although hundreds of years have passed, swinging by the windmill is still one of the best things to do in Montmartre. The landmark is to the neighborhood what the Empire State Building is to New York City, and you should make an effort to see it.
Address: 83 Rue Lepic, 75018 Paris, France
#9. Get a photo near the Montmartre Carousel
Something I wasn’t expecting the first time I visited Paris many moons ago was the amount of carousels peppered around the city! And let me tell you something, not only are they constantly packed with wide-eyed, eager kiddos but some of the carousels are straight up stunning.
That’s why one of the best things to do in Montmartre is to take a small detour and check out the beautiful Montmartre Carousel. Located at the base of the Sacré-Cœur Basilica and dating back to the 18th century, it’s one of the oldest carousels in all of Paris.
Even if you have no intentions of riding it, simply having the chance to inspect the finer details of the carvings up close makes the trip worthwhile.
With that said, if you’re traveling with littles and desperate for a break this is one of the best things to do in Montmartre with kids. While you’re in the area might as well grab a picture for the ‘gram. 😉
The Sacré-Cœur Basilica towering in the background paired with the muted colors of the carousel and the pop of green from the grass makes this spot a photographer’s dream.
Address: Pl. Saint-Pierre, 75018 Paris, France
#8. Visit the Musée de la Vie Romantique
Musee de la Vie Romantique translates to the Museum of Romantic Life and if that doesn’t sound like one of the best things to do in Montmartre I think you need to live a little!
The museum was the home-base of painter Ary Scheffer, a close friend to the second-to-last King of France, Louis-Phillipe. Scheffer also had a relationship with his neighbor George Sands (Amantine Aurore Lucile Dupin), one of the most popular writers in Europe.
The museum is small but has just enough room to cover Scheffer and Sands’ work, sprinkling in some more art pieces throughout. Plus swinging by the museum is one of the best free things to do in Montmartre, the only part of it that costs money are its temporary exhibits.
The museum’s garden is just as charming as the building and a point of inspiration for anyone trying to get creative juices flowing. Sitting under the shadow of the large tree you’ll find ample space to draw, write or photograph.
Just be sure to arrive in the morning because visiting is one of the best things to do in Montmartre and every chair will be full by noon.
Address: 16 Rue Chaptal, 75009 Paris, France
#7. Attend a Cabaret at the Lapin Agile
Moulin Rouge is Paris’ most famous cabaret, but Lapin Agile is a close second. The venue’s origins can be traced to the mid 19th century when it was a notorious hangout for criminals.
In the early 1900’s when Paris was in the midst of one of its artistic booms the cabaret became the stomping grounds of famous artists. Folks like Picasso, Utrillo and Modigliani were known to visit and have deep conversations about art.
And a lot of the cabaret’s fame can be attributed to Picasso himself. His painting, Au Lapin Agile, is one of the most-expensive paintings ever sold (40+ million in 1989) and shows a scene from inside the venue. Of all the fun things to do in Montmartre, stopping by a place that was once a muse for Picasso provides the best bragging-rights.
Nearly 100 years later Steve Martin wrote a play: Picasso at the Lapin Agile, telling a fictional tale of Picasso and Albert Einstein meeting at the cabaret. It seems the cabaret’s lore is only growing, even in the present day.
One of the best things to do in Montmartre is to enjoy a show. The cabaret is open until 1AM and offers drinks to help keep you giggly throughout. With that said, no food is served at the venue so be sure to grab a bite before!
For a full price-list visit the website and remember, they don’t take credit cards so bring cash.
Address: 22 Rue des Saules, 75018 Paris, France
#6. Celebrate any occasion at Terrass’ Hotel rooftop bar
Visiting Paris and you have something to celebrate? Clinking glasses on a rooftop bar is one of the coolest things to do in Montmartre. One of my favorite rooftop bars is situated on the seventh floor of the Terrass Hotel. It offers breathtaking views of the city and amazing drinks in tow.
The menu is small, consisting of cocktails and small bites but the quality is exceptional. Cocktails will run you anywhere from 10 to 17€, which is pretty on par with Paris.
Terrass’ rooftop bar doesn’t take reservations so it is a first come, first served type of situation. Honestly it’s for the best since it’s one of the most popular things to do in Montmartre. I fear reservations would book them out months in advance!
The rooftop bar opens their doors at 3:30 PM daily and stays open as late as midnight (Tuesday – Friday) and 11:30 PM (Sunday – Monday).
Address: 12-14 Rue Joseph de Maistre, 75018 Paris, France
#5. Eat your weight in treats at Les Petits Mitrons
Good luck visiting Paris and NOT eating your weight in pastries…the feat is worthy of a medal!
With so many tempting bakeries at your fingertips(I’m a weak, weak woman) swinging by is inevitable. If you find yourself in need of a sweet treat, one of the best things to do in Montmartre is popping into Les Petits Mitrons.
The vibrant bakery sells many goodies but the clear standouts are the artisanal fruit tarts they’ve perfected.
The flavor options are endless and having to choose a favorite is too hard. If at all helpful I tend to always order something with apricot or peaches and never leave disappointed.
One of the best things to do in Montmartre is grabbing a slice (or two) to-go and parking yourself on any corner of the artsy neighborhood to enjoy some people-watching.
Address: 26 Rue Lepic, 75018 Paris, France
#4. Get inspired by the artwork at Place du Tertre
In the very heart of Montmartre, under the watchful gaze of the Sacré-Cœur, is an artist hot pocket you cannot afford to miss. Found at Place du Tertre (a public square), there is a congregation of talented artists selling original artwork al fresco.
The most common art you’ll find are caricature portraits. Folks sit down in front of an artist and have themselves painted or drawn. Although taking a seat in the chair will force you to break out your purse, just perusing the market is one of the best free things to do in Montmartre.
Having said that, if you want to leave with a souvenir one of the best things to do in Montmartre is to have a portrait of yourself drawn up. Some artists have so much talent I plan to return when I have kids to get some portraits done! It’s easy to be mesmerized by the skill of the artists as they drag their pencils over the canvas.
But let me heed you a word of warning: this is one of the most popular things to do in Montmartre and the crowds are no joke (especially on a weekend). It can resemble an ant colony with folks nearly climbing over each other as they work through the crowds. Arrive before noon to avoid any bruised ribs. 😉
Address: Pl. du Tertre, 75018 Paris, France
#3. Visit the Wall of Love
Located in the Jehan Rictus garden square lives a tiled wall (roughly 430 square-feet) that draws crowds in daily. Created by Fédéric Baron and Claire Kito in 2000, the wall is made up of 612 enamelled lava tiles. The tiles have the phrase “I love you” displayed on them 311 times in 250 languages.
Sounds impressive right? That’s why you should make a beeline to the Wall of Love! It’s one of the best things to do in Montmartre for a hopeless romantic and provides a great selfie backdrop
The intention was to create a piece of art that demonstrated the beauty of emulating human emotions with an object as cold as a wall, that represents division and separation. And it seems to have done just that.
Expect to hear languages from all over the world when visiting the Wall of Love. You’ll find folks pulling out selfie sticks, giddy when they find “I love you” in their tongue. It’s truly one of the more unique things to do in Montmartre and I encourage everyone to swing by.
Address: Square Jehan Rictus, Pl. des Abbesses, 75018 Paris, France
#2. Gawk at the stunning Sacré-Coeur Basilica
Of course no list of things to do in Montmartre would be complete without mentioning the star of the show!
The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris (Sacré-Cœur Basilica) is a breathtaking masterpiece located in this charming Parisian neighborhood. Perched atop a butte, the basilica was built in the Romano-Byzantine style at the end of the 19th century, it’s used to this day as an important house of worship.
The views of Paris from the Sacré-Cœur are some of the best in the city, which it why we consider this a non-negotiable when creating a list of things to do in Montmartre. But whew, wading through the crowds and the folks selling trinkets (some of them downright harass folks!), is a lot to handle.
Regardless, the beauty of the Sacre Coeur is alluring and the neighborhood is very fun to explore. This is definitely one of the best things to do in Montmartre especially if it’s your first time visiting. Just brace yourself for the busy nature of the area and the crowds of tourist.
Address: 35 Rue du Chevalier de la Barre, 75018 Paris, France
#1. Snap a picture of the Sinking House
Before you start freaking out and assume there are people in need of saving, no the sinking house is not actually…sinking.
Instead it’s a fun optical illusion and taking a photo of it is one of the best things to do in Montmartre. So what is this illusion and how do I get there? Great questions – let’s start with what it is.
The simple answer is that the sinking house of Montmartre is just a regular Parisian home that happens to be located near a hill. If you take a picture of it at the right angle, it looks like it’s melting into the ground.
Snapping a photo of the sinking house has taken social media by storm and folks go out of the way to try and find this illusion themselves. Which leads us to the next question, how the hell do you get there?
Well friends it’s easier than you’d think. Chances are if you’re looking for fun things to do in Montmartre, visiting the Sacré-Coeur Basilica is on your list. The steps leading up to the stunning basilica also happen to be where this illusion takes place.
When approaching the final set of steps, you’ll notice on the right-hand side there is a bank of grass. Tucked away in the distance is the famous coral-ly house. It helps that it’s the only house visible from the steps so odds are you won’t struggle finding it. At that point the rest is up to you! Turn your phone and hold it at an angle and snap away.
Montmartre Best Things to Do (Post Summary)
- Watch a Cabaret at the iconic Moulin Rouge
- Snap a picture of the Sinking House
- Grab a bite at the charming La Maison Rose
- Gawk at the impressive Église Saint Pierre De Montmartre
- Visit Paris’ only wine-producing vineyard at Clos de Montmartre
- Pay tribute to one of France’s biggest music icons; Dalida
- Peruse the artwork at Le Musée de Montmartre
- Take a tour of Montmartre by train
- Pay a visit to the man walking through a wall
- Grab a bite at Le Consulat
- Visit any of the stunning cemeteries
- Check out one of the last standing windmills in Paris
- Get a photo near the Montmartre Carousel
- Visit the Musée de la Vie Romantique
- Attend a Cabaret at the Lapin Agile
- Celebrate any occasion at Terrass’ Hotel rooftop bar
- Eat your weight in treats at Les Petits Mitrons
- Get inspired by the artwork at Place du Tertre
- Visit the Wall of Love
- Gawk at the stunning Sacré-Coeur Basilica
- Stroll the streets in the early hours
Map of the best things to do Montmartre
And there you have it, folks! My roundup of the best things to do in Montmartre.
I hope you found the article useful. Cheers.