The unmissable gilded dome on the Paris skyline is the Cathedral of the Invalides, the final resting place of Napoleon since 1840. The building that surrounds it is now home to the museum of the Army, recounting the military history of France and her allies. Designed in the XVIIth century for the wounded veterans of the wars of Louis XIV, it is now the proud symbol of the French Armies. Meet your expert local guide for a fascinating semi-private tour of this magnificent building, dedicated to war since its origins. Also home to the awe-inspiring tomb of Napoleon Bonaparte, you will learn about his incredible rise to power, glorious military victories and eventual downfall. From medieval armours to World War II machine guns, follow the path of history through conquests, invasions and resistance, jousts, duels and bombings.