Published on 17 December 2016 in Visiting Paris
Discover the Hotel National des Invalides famous for its fabulous golden dome. This monument, which is steeped in history and open to the public, is definately worth a visit during your trip to Paris.
Built in the 17th century for crippled and wounded soldiers, the national residence of invalids today houses the Musée de l'Armée (military museum) and the Musée des Plans-reliefs (musuem of military models).
You can discover Napoleon's burial site in the Eglise du Dôme, Louis XIV hospital, Saint-Louis-des-Invalides choir, the military pantheon and the Cour d'Honneur...
A passionate immersion into the heart of history through the remarkable classic architecture and Parisian works of art.
Address: 129 rue de Grenelle – 75007 Paris