In the prestigious setting of the Hotel National des Invalides, the Army Museum was established in 1905.
The military history of France is brought to you through the museum's priceless collections from prehistory to 1945, whose exhibition spaces has been completely renovated and modernized in 2000.
It preserves 50,000 objects listed, collections of weapons, armor, artillery, uniforms, emblems and paintings.
The "Eglise du Dôme" houses the tomb of Napoleon I., his son the Eaglet, and the graves of famous military figures (Turenne, Vauban, Foch, ...). The Historial de Gaulle offers an interactive and multimedia tour to the discovery of the man of June 18, 1940.
Hôtel national des Invalides, 129, rue de Grenelle, Paris 7e. (Disabled access: 6 Bd des Invalides).
+ 33 (0) 1 44 42 38 77
10am-6pm from 04.1 to 10.31 ; 10am-5pm from 10.1 to 03.31. Late opening until 9 pm on Tuesdays from April to September. Closed on 01.1, on 05.1 and on 12.25. Historial Charles de Gaulle
closed on Mondays.
-18s and -26s (E.U residents) free
Historial Charles de Gaulle closed on Mondays.