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Ville de Paris | Paris Musées
Musée de la Libération de Paris - musée Leclerc - musée Jean Moulin

Place Denfert-Rochereau
75014 Paris
Phone : 01 71 28 34 70

The museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm, without reservation
Free entrance

Ongoing Exhibition

WOMEN WAR PHOTOGRAPHERS

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Photo Françoise Demulder, Le massacre du quartier de La Quarantaine. Beyrouth, Liban, 1976

Following the pathway

Throughout the rooms, you will be confrunted with the situations in which Jean Moulin and Philippe Leclerc de Hauteclocque found themselves and the...

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Visit Colonel Rol-Tanguy’s command post during the Liberation of Paris

Discover Rol-Tanguy's command post during the Liberation of Paris

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School groups

The museum offers a range of educational resources for your school visists

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Les vacances apprenantes au musée, photo

Documentation center

The collections displayed in the exhibition are rounded out with an area dedicated to research that is available by appointment.

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Historical resources

The ressources include the Historical fund of the Leclerc Fondation and the legacy and gifts of Jean Moulin and Liberation of Paris collections.

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News

Histoire

Visite virtuelle « Les Parisiens dans l’exode »

3 septembre 1939. La France et la Grande Bretagne déclarent la guerre à l’Allemagne. 9 mois plus tard l’invasion allemande commence, jetant massivement les Populations sur la route de l’exode. La visite virtuelle « Les Parisiens dans l’exode » revient sur ce moment tragique.

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Hommage

A l'occasion du 77e anniversaire de la Libération de Paris, le musée a dévoilé une plaque consacrée à Charles Pégulu de Rovin et ouvert un hommage aux anciens combattants et résistants décédés pendant la pandémie.

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Aperçu de l'expérience Insurrection 1944

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1944 Insurrection: mixed reality visit to the Rol command post

The Museum of the Liberation of Paris is the first historical site to propose the exceptional opportunity of experiencing mixed reality in the physical setting of a shelter conserved in the way it existed in 1944. It is also the first museum to be equipped with mixed reality headsets for its permanent collections.

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