Paris Les Invalides Tickets

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Discover the Invalides monument in Paris with these priority tickets. Avoid the queues to enter one of the busiest museums in the world. In this complex you can visit the Musée de l'Armée de Paris, one of the largest in the world, as well as Napoleon's tomb.

You will have the opportunity to access both permanent and temporary exhibitions in one of the largest collections of antique arms and armour, dating from the 13th to the 17th century. You will see some items that belonged to the kings of France, such as François I or Louis XIII.

  • Discover the Invalides monument, located in the heart of Paris, with these tickets.
  • Avoid the queues with these priority access passes to one of the busiest monuments in France.
  • Access the permanent and temporary exhibitions in one of the largest artillery collections in the world.

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  • Tickets for Les Invalides de Paris
  • Priority passes to avoid access queues

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Avoid the queues with these priority tickets to Les Invalides in Paris, one of France's busiest monuments. In the centre of the French capital, this grand complex is home to Napoleon's tomb and one of the largest collections of weapons in the world .

The Musée de l'Armée de Paris, one of the three largest arms museums in the world, houses one of the most important collections of military history. Napoleon Bonaparte is also at rest here, in the Dôme des Invalides.

It was built between 1677 and 1706, and its golden vault of more than 100 metres is completely visible in the French capital. In addition, his brothers and his son also rest beside him.

If you are a lover of war art, this is your chance to enjoy some 500,000 catalogued objects, including weapons and armour, dating from the 13th to the 17th century. Some of them belonged to the French monarchy, for example, to François I or Louis XIII.

You will also have access to the museum's modern collection, where you can see the bloodiest battles in French history, as well as learn about the day-to-day life of a soldier in war.

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4.4
· 3711 Reviews
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    Carol
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    It was an incredible visit through the history of the country. You learn a lot throughout the tour and the exhibits are all very well kept. A wonderful place.
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    Jennifer
    5
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    A unique place for its history. A visit is highly recommended.
  • R
    Rute
    4
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    Nice museum, with lots of exhibits and huge historical content in between. Personally, I don't think I'll go again, but it was worth the visit.
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    Rosa
    5
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    Incredible museum, impressive.
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