The magnificent Hotel des Invalides is a must visit.
The building, first, whose golden dome dominates the plaza,
was commissioned by Louis XIV to accommodate the disabled of his armies.
Today, the imposing tomb of Napoleon rests here.
The collections of the Invalides are of untold wealth with works
that reflect the greatest periods of french and european history
but also and especially with the two museums it houses.
The Army Museum exhibits weapons of all time as well
as unpublished documents on the history of the French wars.
The Museum of the Plans-reliefs offers a collection of stunning models.

Admission for all areas of the Hotel costs 9.5 euros (705 discounted).
It is open from 10am to 6pm from April to October
and from 10am to 5pm from November to March.

129 rue de Grenelle or place Vauban
7th District

129 Rue de Grenelle 75007 Paris
+33 810 11 33 99

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