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Musée de la Résistance et de la Déportation

Grenoble | Histoire
Free Admission
Presentation
The Museum of Resistance and Deportation is a museum founded in 1966. It describes the specificity of resistance in the department of Isere and especially in the Vercors during the Second World War, while evoking the resistors that peoples or individuals today continue to lead worldwide.

Realizing in 1963 an exhibition on dauphinoise Resistance Avezou Robert, Director of Departmental Archives of the Isere, causing the gathering of documents, objects, photographs, printed and handwritten parts whose collection was initiated by a teacher, Henri Guillard and a school inspector, Pierre Dubois. The historical value is recognized immediately and applies to all the need to open one of the first museums in France dedicated to the French Resistance during the Second World War, to record these stories over time

This museum was awarded the "museum of France" label describes the specificity of resistance in the department of Isere and especially in the Vercors during the Second World War. Very realistic interior and exterior decorations depict the daily lives of people during the Second World War with the help of many audiovisual testimonies.
Hours

09:00 - 18:00

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Contact details

  • Name: Musée de la Résistance et de la Déportation
  • Address: 14 rue Hébert - 38000 - Grenoble - France
  • Phone: (33) 04 76 42 38 53

Services

Librairie, Carterie, Boutique

Activities

Exposition, Visite guidée, Conférence

Getting there

  • By bus : Verdun

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