Jean Moulin National Centre
Detailed exhibits and archives covering the war in Europe and particularly the French Resistance.
An impressive museum about World War II.
Named after iconic World War II resistance figure Jean Moulin, the 1967 creation of this museum of the Second World War was promoted by resistance general Jacques Chaban-Delmas. Located in a 19th-century building in the Plaza Jean Moulin, its three floors contain an impressive historical archive relevant to the French Free Forces, the Resistance, and the deported, and both researchers and visitors may browse and dive into its materials. The museum also looks ahead with its temporary exhibitions, conferences, and other events.