The Army Museum and the last residence of Emperor Napoleon
This guided tour provides an overview of the prestigious collections of the Army Museum, a large museum of world history and military art.
Our visit begins with a history of the Invalides, which was a large military hospital and now houses the army museum. Next we will admire the treasures of the collection of old arms and armor used from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance.
Another point of our guided tour is the Museum of Plans-Reliefs, where you will know two centuries of military history being reported through mock-ups.
In our itinerary of visit you will still immerse yourself in the history of the Napoleonic era with its glories and disappointments. You will admire objects that belonged to him and beautiful portraits of the Emperor in the custom of Sacre made by famous artists.
The visit ends at the Dome Church, which has housed the monumental tomb of Napoleon I. Since 1861, a guided tour in the heart of French military history.
Duration: 2:30 hours
Langues: Portuguese, Spanish, English and French
Running days: Monday to Friday at 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.
Meeting Point: At the Invalid entry
Professional Lecturer Guide
Entrances Ticket to the Invalid