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Musée de la Citadelle

Saint-Tropez | Archéologie - Histoire
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Mecca of the defense of St. Tropez for several centuries, the Citadel since 1958, the date of the opening of the Naval Museum, branch of the National Maritime Museum.

Collections include allowing visitors to discover the past navigations. 400 square meters of available space evoke different maritime activities in the last 500 years of the city, from themes that seem familiar as hydrography, fishing, coastal school, or other more surprising as the navigations in the Southern Ocean or the Indian ocean.

Among the 250 objects on display, one can discover remarkable pieces such a model ship bone conducted by French prisoners in England during the First Empire, the construction of a model of the largest three-masted ship built in Saint-Tropez the weapons of honor of Captain Sibille, a cauldron in which both nets were tinted to Ponche or a torpedo offered by DCNS Saint-Tropez

10:00 - 18:30

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Contact details

  • Name: Musée de la Citadelle
  • Address: 1, montée de la citadelle - 83990 - Saint-Tropez - France
  • Phone: (33) 04 94 97 59 43

Getting there

  • By car : autoroute A8, A50
  • By plane : aéroport de Nice, de Toulon Hyère ou de Marseille-Marignanne

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