La Nuit aux Invalides is the magnificent sound and light show that lights up summer evenings in Paris. This year, he returns from July 16 to September 1, 2022 to immerse us again in the history of Napoleon Bonaparte.
A sublime outdoor show
Every summer, the Cour d’Honneur des Invalides is the site of a magnificent sound and light show which invites us to (re)discover the history of Napoleon, on the occasion of the bicentenary of the Emperor’s death. Meet from July 16 to September 1, 2022 to go to the Invalides to admire this show entitled “Napoleon, le vol de l’aigle” outdoors. This show is a breathtaking sensory experience, at 360 degrees and over more than 250 meters of facades, for 5000 square meters of projection on the renovated stone facades.
A night walk in the church of the Dome
This show traces the life of the Emperor but also the incredible civil and military heritage that his epic left us. Immerse yourself in the heart of the Napoleonic legend thanks to an unprecedented technological deployment offering you an extraordinary immersive experience. This year again, on the occasion of the bicentenary of the death of Napoleon, it will be possible to extend the show with a night walk in the church of the Dome, the last resting place of the Eagle. Scenographed by Bruno Seillier, this original route will take you to meet the sentinels of the Emperor’s tomb: meet Vauban, Lyautey and Foch, the Aiglon and many others under the emblematic dome of the Invalides.