Live the history of this emblematic place, of Paris and of France !
Come travel across 3000 years of stories in this timeless place. From the Gallic people to Louis XIV, from Napoléon to the military leaders, meet those who have shaped yesterday's Lutèce and today's Paris.A technological and artistic achievement : 45 minutes of computer graphics splashed across recently restored stone frontage of Hôtel national des Invalides, exceptionally high- quality images thanks to 4K laser projectors newest generation.
A huge multimedia sound and light show that makes the story come to life!
The Paradis Latin is located in the heart of Paris, just a stone’s throw from Notre Dame and the Panthéon. The only theatre built by Gustave Eiffel, in 1889, and given the status of Parisian historical heritage site, the Paradis Latin puts on an amazing show.
Over 600 works – paintings, sculptures, costumes, objets d’art, furniture – plunge the visitor into the artistic, cultural and political ferment of the time. The exhibition’s immersive design takes the form of a tour of the period’s emblematic Paris sites : the Tuileries, the Palais-Royal, the Nouvelle Athènes quarter, Victor Hugo’s Notre-Dame, and the Grand Boulevards and their theatres. At the same time an additional segment at the Musée de la Vie Romantique rounds off the exhibition with a look at the city’s literary and high-society salons.