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Free and self-guided tour: Napoleon I’s Lost Palaces from September 15, 2021 to January 16, 2022
On the occasion of the bicentenary of the death of Napoleon I, the Mobilier National invites you to rediscover the emperor's three main palaces, located in Saint-Cloud, the Tuileries and Meudon. Through the 350 pieces of furniture exhibited in the Galerie des Gobelins, the exhibition will revisit the quality of French craftsmanship in the 19th century.
Primarily known for his military history, the emperor also drew on the decorative arts to magnify his role in post-revolutionary France. Destroyed in 1870-71, these imperial residences are once again open to visitors for this exceptional exhibition. Unique pieces of craftsmanship and digital reconstructions offer you a true immersion in the creativity of the Napoleonic court. Don't hesitate to book a self-tour online!
For visitors over 12 years old, a valid Health Pass (Pass Sanitaire) and an ID document will be required. To get information about the Pass Sanitaire, please refer to the French Government website or the Ministry for Europe and Foreign affairs website.
The Health Pass can be printed or showed on the tousanticovid app. The measure doesn't apply to visitors under 12 y.o.
The Mobilier National and the Cultival teams 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,.
Do not touch anything during the visit.
Free during the European Heritage Days (18 and 19 September) and every first Sunday of the month (open from 11am to 6pm).
Suitcases are not accepted or kept due to the Vigipirate plan.
- Manufacture des Gobelins - Mobilier national
- 42 Avenue des Gobelins
- 75013 Paris
- Métro : Gobelins (L7)