On the quiet Rue de Babylone in Paris’ Seventh Arrondissement, tucked behind a wall among trees, vines, and neighboring buildings, is a red, brown, and green Japanese pagoda accented with stained glass; it got its start as a ballroom in 1896. Today, La Pagode provides an unusual setting as an independent movie house, with the addition of an underground screen and lobby. Between the red-and-gold original theater with gilded crown moldings, and the newer one in the lower level, there are nearly 400 seats.
In summer, arrive early for tea in the Japanese garden before your show.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
- Accessible by Public Transportation
- General Admission
- Theater - Movie