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Suite aux dernières annonces du gouvernement et en raison des restrictions en vigueur à compter du 21 juillet 2021, la majorité des visites sont soumises à présentation d’un pass sanitaire valide. Nous vous invitons à vérifier les informations sur la fiche descriptive de visite sur /// Due to the last announcements made by the Government about new sanitary restrictions from July 21, almost all the visits are subject to the submission of a valid sanitary pass. All required information are mentioned on the description sheet of the visit :

Exhibition: Napoléon n'est plus

For visitors over 12 years old, a valid Health Pass (Pass Sanitaire) and an ID document will be required to access the Musée de l'Armée.
Find all of the health measures implemented under "Essential information" lower left on this page.

From Wednesday 15 April to Sunday 31 October 2021.

On the 200th anniversary of the death of Napoleon I, the Musée de l'Armée is offering an entire cultural season dedicated to this historic personality. Within this context, the temporary exhibit, "Napoleon Is No More" revisits the final moments of his life, glorified by some and a mystery to others.

Through this exhibit, the Musée de l'Armée gives you all the tools you'll need to decipher the many stories surrounding the emperor's death: archaeological, medical, chemical, historical sources and various relics... a multitude of clues that'll allow you to separate the historical facts from the legend that was built around May 5, 1821.

What were the exact circumstances of Napoleon's death? What's the relationship between the emperor and the Hôtel National des Invalides? What were the repercussions of his death? Your guide will give you all the answers to these questions via this educational visit. While Europe had to wait two months before learning of the emperor's death, visitors will have access from the exhibition's very first rooms to a multitude of relics from the event: works of art, a death mask, letters, maps, etc. Come discover this exceptional exposition and unwrap the secrets behind the emperor's death!

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Individual rates

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Child (-18years)
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Min. billing : 1 per person - Max per group : 25 per person

For preferential rates related to age, proof of identity will be required. Access may be refused in case of non compliance with the age limits.

Essential information

Health and safety measures related to COVID 19:
For visitors over 12 years old, a valid Health Pass (Pass Sanitaire) and an ID document will be required to access the Musée de l'Armée :
• Completion of a full vaccination scheme (1 week after second injection)
• A negative RT-PCR or antigenic test from less than 48 hours
• A positive RT-PCR test result demonstrating recovery from Covid-19, at least 11 days old and less than 6 months old
The Health Pass can be printed or showed on the tousanticovid app. The measure doesn't apply to visitors under 12 y.o.

The Musée de l'Armée wish to offer you a safe, warm welcome and guarantee respect for physical distancing and protective measures to ensure your peace of mind.
Wearing a mask (not provided) is compulsory for visitors over 11 years old, and the tour circuit is designed to respect a one-way traffic flow. Similarly, signage is present throughout the site and recalls the barrier measures to be observed.
For everyone's safety, our guides and the Musée de l'Armée staff will be wearing masks.
Hydroalcoholic gel is made available in the museum spaces.

The meeting point is located under the porch of the North reception, at 129 rue de Grenelle 75007 Paris.

Formed groups :
Available on Monday, Saturday and Sunday at 14:00 and 15:00 and Tuesday to Friday at 10:40, 14:00 and 15:00.
Evening visits are on Tuesdays at 18:00 and 19:00.
Reservation on request.

Additional informations

  • Address
    • 129 rue de Grenelle
    • 75007 Paris

Booking on demand

Exhibition: Napoléon n'est plus