Que pense la presse de l’expo Napoléon ?

vendredi 3 septembre 2021
A l’occasion du bicentenaire de la mort de Napoléon, la Rmn – Grand Palais et La Villette proposent une exposition exceptionnelle retraçant la vie de ce personnage légendaire et controversé. 150 pièces originales des plus grands musées, chefs-d’œuvre et objets personnels sont réunis pour la première fois au travers de vastes reconstitutions et d’un parcours spectaculaire et immersif.

L’expo est idéale pour les familles qui souhaitent plonger dans la vie de Napoléon depuis son enfance et jusqu’à son déclin grâce à une mise en scène spectaculaire composée de vastes reconstitutions et de nombreux dispositifs numériques ! Ouverte tous les jours de 10h à 19h, jusqu’au 19 décembre !

Mais avant de vous y rendre, découvrez en vidéo ce que la presse pense de l’expo :

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