La Nuit aux Invalides
In the First World War (1914–18) centenary year, the Night at the Invalides show is a chance to go back in time to a new creation: 1918, the rise of a new world.
Follow Martin, a small-town boy exiled in Paris who found himself in the midst of an intensely dramatic event that nonetheless ushered in the modern era. Computer graphics projected onto the magnificent stone facades of the Main Courtyard at Invalides, exceptional image quality with latest-generation 4K laser projectors and exceptional sound spatialisation for a 45-minute performance and a breathless account punctuated by 35 unique sequences and great voices!
Continue your evening and the show with a tour of the dome housing Emperor Napoleon I's tomb during a candlelit night-time walk.
A sensory and immersive experience through an unmissable piece of history!
Access and contact
Days and opening hours
From 27⁄06 to 01/09/2018 at 10.30 PM. Closed Monday, Tuesday and Sunday.
- Adult: from 15 €. Free entry for children < 7 years. English translation headset.