Musee De LarmeeCurrently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
- Address: 129 Rue de Grenelle, 75007 Paris, France
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +33-810113399
- Ticket Price: 9 USD
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, Military Museum, Landmark, Family And Kids
Musee De Larmee - Review
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The Musee de l'armee or the Army Museum is a national military gallery of France spotted at Les Invalides in the seventh arrondissement of Paris. It is served by the Paris Metro stations of Invalides, Varenne, and La Tour-Maubourg. The Musee de l'armee was made in 1905 with the merger of the Musee d'artillerie and the Musee Historique de l'armee. The gallery's seven primary spaces and branches hold gatherings that compass the period from days of yore through the twentieth century.
In March 1878, the gallery had an ethnographic display, as it was called, which spoke to the principle masses of Oceania, America, Asia and Africa. Counterfeits speaking to individuals from the provinces, as well as weapons and supplies, were the fundamental fascination. The show, ordered by Colonel Le Clerc, endeavored to exhibit hypotheses of an unique advancement, putting the European man at the summit of human history. Musee De Larmee tourist attraction added in suggested 5 Days Paris trip Itinerary
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Musee De Larmee Information
- Parts of this gathering started to be exchanged to the Ethnographic Museum of the Trocadero in 1910 and in 1917; the final provincial rooms were shut simply after the 1931 Paris Colonial Exhibition.
Musee De Larmee Ticket Prices
- Adult: 9.5 €
- Child: 7.5€
Musee De Larmee Hours
- Entry to the museum is barred 30 minutes before the closing time.
- Contact the management for details on other Musée de l'armée horaires (Musée de l'armée invalides hours).
How To reach Musee De Larmee by Public Transport
- 129 Rue de Grenelle
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Musee De Larmee, Paris Reviews
Went here with my wife, 7 year old son, and 9 year old daughter. This is a real nice military museum. My son picked this museum as one of the museums he wanted to see. He enjoyed it immensely. He liked seeing the different uniforms, WWI and WWII displays of weapons and historical background. My daughter and wife were mildly entertained with the historical information. We stayed about 3 hours and stopped by the cafe for some ice cream and beverages which was in a courtyard.
It took me two visits to cover everything. Quite a great collection of arms from different periods. The Charles de Gaulle museum is a must visit to understand his legacy. However, some of sound tracks are either not translated or are not working. They need to fix that. Staff speak broken English which is good enough. Ask all you need at the information hall when buying tickets as they speak better English. This is a big museum, it will take you 4-6 hours to cover everything.
Loved this place, so much history not just about french army but about all other cultures and countries who France has either fought against or with going back hundreds of years. Armory, and the evolution of their army to their current stage. Napoleon's Tomb is here as well, simply amazing. I'm very impressed with this museum, makes me wish our own army will out something like this together in our country.
Great collection. Very extensive. If you like history you will love this place. Takes about 2 hours to see the whole place if you don't read every plaque. You could spend the whole day here. It is in French and English although some plaques were only in French. There are spots to listen and watch videos, also in both French and English.
We visited the museum on Bastille day which gave a special atmosphere to it. It's once in a year but on 14 July there are military and police displays, vehicles and shows all day long in front of the museum. The exhibitions are interesting and well organized but long. We liked the most the Napoleon era and the world wars part. It was a fun fact that we have found Hungarian relics in the museum which was nice to see for us Hungarians. :) The TOMB OF NAPOLEON is next to the museum, you can visit both of them.