Les Invalides and Napoleon's Tomb Les Invalides and Napoleon's Tomb

Les Invalides and Napoleon's Tomb Guided Tour in English

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Army Museum and Napoleon's Tomb: Guided Tour in English

Guided Tour of Les Invalides and Napoleon's Tomb in English

  • 2.5-hour semi-private and VIP interactive tour
    -- Invalides Military Museum
    -- Tomb of Napoleon Bonaparte
  • Passionate and sworn guide

Duration: 150 minutes
Group size: 1 to 8 people


What to expect

It was Jules Hardouin Mansart who designed Les Invalides. In particular, we owe this renowned architect the Hall of Mirrors in Versailles. Formerly a hospital and hospice for war wounded, the dome of the Invalides now houses the Musée des Armées. Admire superbly preserved armor and cannons. Your guide will tell you the story of Napoleon Bonaparte who became Emperor of all French people. After visiting the museum, the guide will take you to the church to admire the tomb of Napoleon Bonaparte. Note that it is also possible to buy tickets for the Army Museum - Les Invalides without a guided tour.

Common questions

Where is the start of the Invalides guided tour in English?

Meet your English-speaking guide in front of the Café de l'Esplanade, at 52 rue Fabert Paris (75007). It is important that you do not go directly to the entrance of the museum. Your guide will wear their guide card prominently with an orange lanyard from Memories France.

How to get to the Invalides and Napoleon's Tomb guided tour?

The best way to get to Les Invalides is by metro. Take line 8 to La Tour-Maubourg station.

What to do before or after visiting Invalides?

Les Invalides are in the seventh arrondissement of Paris. Why not take a guided tour behind the scenes of UNESCO, a walk in the gardens the Rodin Museum or a climb to the Eiffel Tower. If you are passing through Paris, we can highly recommend a boat trip on the Seine.