Musée de l’Armée: a city within a city
Located in the 7ᵉ arrondissement, in the heart of the Invalides, the Musée de l’Armée is an exceptional monument that can be privatised for your events.
Easily spotted thanks to its famous golden dome, the Hôtel National des Invalides, which houses the museum, is steeped in the history of France, and is mainly known for preserving the tomb of Napoleon I. Dedicated to history and military memory, the Musée de l’Armée offers a classic architecture of the XVIIᵉ that will add charm and style to your events.
With various privatizable spaces, and its auditorium, the Musée de l’Armée welcomes you for your corporate meals, cocktail parties, company parties, and many other events.
|Large Living Room (185 m2)||–||120||300||Yes|
|Turenne Room (330 m2)||–||200||300||Yes|
|Cour du Dôme (2500 m2)||–||–||–|
|Auditorium Austerlitz (158 m2)||150||–||Yes|
|The Quesnoy Room (150 m2)||–||150||150||Yes|
|Meeting rooms x2||20||–||Yes|