Nuit aux Invalides : Lutetia, 3000 Years of Stories
The 2019 summer season in Paris is one that is diverse and full of interesting events. There are lots of traditional shows and festival that residents look forward to every single year. Some are laid back family affairs like music festivals and pop-up beaches and workshops. Others offer something that is entirely out of many people’s comfort zones. The Nuit aux Invalides event may be an example of the latter. Historical shows aren’t always the most popular form of entertainment. But, you can be sure of drawing in the crowds with promises of candle-lit tours and immersive video shows like no other.
The main event is a 45-minute show about the 3000-year history of Paris. It is told in 360 degree and stunning 4K on the walls of the courtyard. This is something that has to be seen to be believed. You have the chance to do just that until August 31st.
From July 12th to August 30th, 2019 ( from Wednesday to Saturday)
Additional show on Tuesday, August 27th
Opening hours :
During July 10:30 PM
During August 10 PM
Entry to the show :
Cour d’Honneur of the Hôtel des Invalides through the main entry 129 rue de Grenelle, 75007 PARIS
Entrance for visitors with special needs is located at 6 boulevard des Invalides
From 15€ to 23€
Night visit of the Dôme Church after the show 9€ (OPTIONAL)
Official website : lanuitauxinvalides.fr/en