We only had a few hours to spend here and the time flew by. The highlight was definitely Napolean's tomb, and the hall where it is housed is breathtaking. You really get a feeling for how powerful he was. The rest of the museum was interesting, just make sure you like looking at weapons and armour because there are plenty of them! It is fascinating to see the progression of the development of weapons and warfare in general over the centuries. The World War 1 and 2 exhibits are very well set out and being Australian it was interesting to see it all from a French perspective. Definitely worth a look!
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