Visit Musée de la Résistance en Morvan à Saint-Brisson

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Musée de la Résistance en Morvan à Saint-Brisson

Inaugurated on 26 June 1983 by François Mitterrand, the museum is the work of historians and former members of the Resistance. It has been completely renovated and modernised for the 2023 season.
Located within the Maison du Parc Naturel Régional du Morvan, the fully renovated museum provides an insight into the role and importance of the Resistance in the region during the Second World War.

Thanks to its extensive collection, the museum offers a close-up view of history. Numerous objects, archive documents, equipment, photographs and weapons are on display in three rooms: Occupation, Resistance, Liberation and Remembrance.
Halfway through the museum, a projection area immerses visitors in the daily life of the maquis: actions, encampments, the role of the leader, hunger, fear, courage...

It's an essential step before setting off on the trail of this period in the Morvan.

Hours :

Open to the public from 30 March 2024 to 11 November 2024All year round for groups, by reservation.May to September: 10am-1pm 2pm-6pm March, April, October, November: 10am-1pm 2pm-5pm Closed all day on Tuesdays and on Saturday mornings, except in July and August, when it is open every day.