What to expect at Tim Burton’s Labyrinth in Paris

Step into the fascinating universe of the legendary filmmaker, Tim Burton, and immerse yourself in this extraordinary, immersive experience.

The maze experience stretches over an expansive 5,000 square meters under a massive tent in La Villette. every inch of which has been masterfully imagined by Tim Burton himself and designed to plunge you deep into his visionary world.

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Burton is a highly regarded American film director, producer, writer, and artist, best known for his distinctive dark, gothic, and quirky horror and fantasy films. His unforgettable films, such as Beetlejuice, Edward Scissorhands, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Corpse Bride (2005), and most recently, Netflix hit Wednesday, has shaped popular culture.

Visitors can expect nearly 300 potential pathways, each intricately designed to honor his work. Traverse the dark, mystical forest from Corpse Bride, become reacquainted with the creepy characters of Edward Scissorhands, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and Beetlejuice, and lose yourself in the awe-inspiring realms of Alice in Wonderland and The Nightmare Before Christmas.

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Every room invites visitors on a unique journey, and the path you choose is entirely up to you. Despite the uniqueness of each visit based on the visitor’s chosen route, organisers ensure access to the most significant rooms.

A standard tour provides access to 15 rooms inspired by Burton’s most iconic worlds. In each room, visitors can appreciate an average of 10 original pieces, some of which have never been displayed before.

This is without a doubt, unique opportunity to delve into Burton’s creative process and inner realm, uncovering hundreds of his original pieces.

For tickets, head to www.lavillette.com.

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