A colourful encounter with history: a Night at the Invalides
Every summer evening for the last eight years the Invalides has burst into life with sound and colour. This monumental and breathtaking open-air show is called Nuit aux Invalides (Night at the Invalides). Taking place in the famous courtyard of the Hôtel des Invalides every year, each show portrays an event in French history. This year’s presentation, commemorating the 200th anniversary of the death of Napoleon, is entitled L’Envol de l'Aigle (The Flight of the Eagle).
A show in an exceptional setting
Les Invalides is one of the emblematic monuments of Paris, recognisable at first glance from the precision and elegance of its facades, its immense esplanade and, above all, the dazzling golden dome surmounting the central chapel. During the Night at the Invalides, you will stand amidst the harmonious dimensions of the main courtyard, the classic facades of which lend themselves perfectly to the play of light.
Enjoy a Night at the Invalides
It will only take you a few minutes to reach the Invalides from your Hotel Eiffel Blomet. By booking your ticket today on the event site, you can avoid queueing and have a choice of dates between now and August 26th. As well as attending a performance, you can visit the Dome Church where the remains of many heroes of military history are housed along with the awe-inspiring tomb of Napoleon.
Discover the life and career of Napoleon Bonaparte in a breathtaking 50-minute sound and light show in the heart of Les Invalides. It’s a fascinating immersion in the past and an encounter with a man of many facets.
Hotel Eiffel Blomet, a 4-star hotel in the heart of the 15th arrondissement