This summer, the Invalides are once again in the colors of history. From July 12 to August 30, the monument will tell 3000 years of events that have made the ancestral Lutetia the city of Paris as we know it today.
Visit the website of the La Nuit aux Invalides
Come travel across 3000 years of stories in this timeless place. From the Gallic people to Louis XIV, from Napoléon to the military leaders, meet those who have shaped yesterday's Lutèce and today's Paris.
A technological and artistic achievement : 45 minutes of computer graphics splashed across recently restored stone frontage of Hôtel national des Invalides, exceptionally high- quality images thanks to 4K laser projectors newest generation. A huge multimedia sound and light show that makes the story come to life!
Let's celebrate this year the 250th anniversary of the birth of Napoléon!
Take the time to extend the experience, during a night-time promenade lit by 1000 candles, designed by Bruno SEILLIER in The Church of the Dôme, an amazing and unique experience leading to encounters with Vauban, Lyautey and Foch, l’Aiglon and many others around the tomb of emperor Napoleon.
This church is unfortunately not accessible to disabled people.
Tickets on sale on www.lanuitauxinvalides.fr and at the museum ticket desks
Standing or sitting places
Every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday
Additional show on Tuesday, august 27th
Translation earset 5€ in English and Spanish
Night visit of the Dôme Church (9€ optional)