We thoroughly enjoyed our visit. The museum was huge, not very crowed (compared to many other tourist attractions in Paris) and was excellent value for the €12 entrance fee. Add it to your list!
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We went to this Museum (it's actually multiple museums in one large complex) expecting to see Napoleon's Tomb. And basically saw a comprehensive military history of France. There was an armor/uniform/weaponry Museum that spanned centuries and had armor and weapons from various kings (including Louis...More
The WW1 and WW2 exhibitions are exceptional. The artifacts are amazing but what really makes this place is the chronological education of how the wars came about. A great place to learn and hopefully reinforce our commitment to never letting this happen again
You could spend an entire day here if you wanted to. We spent roughly 2-3 hours just in the WW1/2 and armor exhibits. The chapel is worth stopping into. If you are into anything military this is a must visit. Unbelievable amount of weaponry.
The cannons in the courtyard are very impressive, but it's the museum that holds the history. There is a full history of weapons, Napoleon's taxidermies horse and dog as well as his death mask.
Nice museum, chapel is quite beautiful. At the far end of the complex is the large dome where Napoleon is buried, along with some other key military figures. Quite beautiful
This museum is a great place to spend a couple of hours while in Paris. The collection of military items is extensive. The kids really enjoyed seeing all the armour and weapons. I found the WWII exhibit very interesting. They do a great job providing...More
Don't miss the night projection on the walls of Invalides! It's absolutely magic with all the lights, colours and music! Explication of the history in 45 minutes. It will stop your breath from the beginning till the end! Join the visit of the cathedral just...More
I was taken totally by surprise. I didn't know anything about this place but my group scheduled a visit and WOW it was amazing. We started by checking out the suits of armor and the armaments/weapons of the time, and continued our tour through World...More