Les Invalides Tickets, Paris

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Les Invalides Tickets highlights

  • Explore one of the largest military history museums in the world, the Army Museum, housed within the Les Invalides.

  • Marvel at the collection of weapons and armour, including Napoleon's famous hat and sword, spanning over 2,000 years of military history, with 500,000+ artefacts on display.

  • Admire the impressive Baroque architecture of the Les Invalides complex adorned by the beautiful golden dome, visible from afar.

  • See Napoleon's final resting place lying beneath the golden dome, surrounded by statues and inscriptions commemorating his military achievements.

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Les Invalides
Timings: 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Timings: 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM


The Army Museum
129 Rue de Grenelle, 75007 Paris, France

Les Invalides Tickets cancellation_policy

  • If cancellation are made 30 days before the date of travel then 25.0% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
  • If cancellation are made 1 days to 30 days before the date of travel then 100.0% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
  • In the event of unforeseen weather conditions, union issues, government restrictions, or any other circumstances beyond human control, certain trips or activities may be cancelled. In such cases, alternate feasible options will be provided. However, a cash refund will not be available.
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Les Invalides Tickets overview

About Les Invalides:

Les Invalides is a historic complex in Paris, known for its striking Baroque architecture. The complex houses the Army Museum, featuring an extensive collection of military artefacts spanning from ancient times to the present day. One of its main attractions is the tomb of Napoleon Bonaparte beneath the grand dome, surrounded by statues commemorating his military achievements. Les Invalides serves as a poignant reminder of France's military history and honours the sacrifices of its soldiers, making it a must-visit destination.

About Les Invalides Tickets:

  • Get access to the historic Les Invalides complex in Paris.
  • Pay homage to the French emperor, Napoleon Bonaparte, by visiting his grand tomb beneath the golden dome.
  • Delve into the extensive collection of military artefacts, weapons, armour, and artwork spanning centuries of French military history at the Army Museum.
  • Admire the Baroque architecture of the complex, including the impressive golden dome and the ornate details of the buildings.
  • Explore the collection of cannons, artillery pieces, and military equipment housed within the Artillery Museum, a part of the Army Museum.
  • Pay your respects at the various memorial sites and plaques dedicated to fallen soldiers and military heroes throughout the complex.
  • Check out any temporary exhibitions at Les Invalides, which may offer unique insights into specific aspects of military history or related themes.

How to reach?

  • By Metro: Take either 8 or 6 Metro Line to La Tour-Maubourg Metro Station. From here, Les Invalides will be a 6-minute walk.


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Les Invalides Tickets faqs

How long does it take to visit Les Invalides?

1 to 2 hours is all you will need to visit Les Invalides, and with Les Invalides Tickets you can discover more about the rich history of France's military by visiting this site.

Is Les Invalides worth visiting?

Yes, Les Invalides is totally worth visiting, and if you have the Les Invalides Tickets you can explore the sprawling complex of this military museum in its entirety.

Which are the famous museums in Paris?

1. Louvre Museum: The Louvre Museum's collection of artwork, artefacts, artefacts from other cultures, and monuments is well worth seeing, and it is a popular activity to do when in Paris.

2. Musee d’Orsay: Museum d'Orsay, a venerable art museum, houses a collection of pre-Impressionist and Impressionist artefacts, including paintings and sculptures. On either side of the displays and art galleries is a four-story structure with a café and restaurant built into it. 

3. Petit Palais: The Petit Palais, which was built for the 1900 Universal Exhibition, was transformed into a museum in 1902 and is now housed at the Palace of Versailles. Renaissance paintings, mediaeval art, ancient antiquities, manuscripts, and 17th-century French and Dutch paintings are all part of the museum's rich fine arts collection.

4.Musée Rodin: Over a thousand of Rodin's works, including some of his most well-known sculptures and paintings and drawings, may be found in the museum here. Claude Monet, Auguste Renoir, and Vincent Van Gogh's works are also on display in the Rodin Museum's collection.

What are the best things to do in Paris?

1. Visit the National Museum: The Gustave Moreau Museum in Paris should be on your list of must-do activities if you're a fan of art. About 13,000 Gustave Moreau sketches and watercolours are housed in the museum's flamboyantly designed edifice. The Louis XVI ancestry can also be seen in the antique items and furniture on display.

2. Take a hot air balloon flight at Parc Andre-Citroen: You and your significant other can take a romantic hot air balloon flight over the city that gives a stunning view. The largest Parisian park, Parc André-Citroen, offers some of the city's most romantic rides for lovers. 

3. Take a dinner river cruise for some fun:

Explore Parisian culture by taking a nighttime boat on the Seine. To get an overview of Paris' most famous landmarks, they take a river cruise on the Seine. In addition to the bistro-style cruises, there are three-course meals and live music. Champagne is available as an additional choice at most establishments, making the event even more enjoyable. 

4. Check out the Eiffel Tower at Nighttime:

The Eiffel Tower is on the banks of the Seine River and is adorned with 336 lights. An architectural marvel that symbolised romance, the Eiffel Tower has been named after its designer and engineer, Gustave Eiffel.