From July 16th to September 1st, the teams of the Hotel Paris France invite you to enjoy a very special experience: the Night at the Invalides. This 360o sound and light spectacular plunges you into a giant immersive fresco projected on the magnificent facades of the Hôtel des Invalides. A truly memorable evening’s entertainment...


The Night at the Invalides experience

On summer evenings, the main courtyard of the Invalides opens to visitors for a monumental show. Music, stories narrated by famous voices, cutting-edge sound equipment, and the latest generation of 4K laser projectors take you on a journey into the past. This year, the 10th edition of the event is dedicated to commemorating the 200th anniversary of the death of Napoleon Bonaparte, in a show entitled The Flight of the Eagle. Carried by the warm voice of André Dussollier, you travel through time, experiencing the highlights of the history of France and rediscovering the man behind the image of the emperor. 


Organise your Night at the Invalides

The Night at the Invalides offers both a spectacle and an exciting trip through history. The combination of technical prowess, the beauty of the voices, the majesty of the place and the fascinating narrative make the show appeal to everyone, young and old, history enthusiasts or not. Twenty minutes by Metro from the Hotel Paris France, the main gates of the Invalides open about thirty minutes before the start of the show at 22:30 in July and at 22:00 from August. You can attend the show standing or seated, as you prefer. Access is available for people with reduced mobility. We advise you to book your tickets in advance to avoid disappointment.


In the heart of the Parisian summer, the Night at the Invalides has won over a large and varied audience, bringing together Parisians and tourists alike. Don't miss this enthralling show! 



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