Browse through approximately 200,000 pieces that range from the 16th Century to the 20th Century. Rich in World War I history, this painting exhibit allows people to learn about war history and the differences in armory and equipment. The Napoleonic section is exceptionally dense in material. The museum is open almost every single day, with the exception of the first Monday of every month. Check the website out for more details.
Arts & Museums
- Nearest Train: La Tour Maubourg
- Venue Description:
Brush up on your history by visiting this historical museum that contains scores of paintings, sculptures, drawings, and prints. Also on display are war memorabilia, ancient weapons and armory - check out the life size cannon. Over 150,000 historical figurines fight for space on the shelves, as little toy soldiers dressed in their uniforms look fierce and ready for confrontation. Don't miss Napoléon's Tomb, which attracts thousands of visitors annually. And if you want to take a part of history home, visit the gift shop. Guided tours can be arranged.