The Museum of the resistance and deportation of Picardy is located 120 km from Paris, in the heart of a region which has paid a heavy price in the two world wars. It is managed by the Association of the "friends of the Museum of the Resistance and of the Deportation de Picardie".
The establishment is intended as much to those who lived through the dramatic time to younger generations who will thus be able to know the highlights of our history.
The end of the first world war to the liberation of our country, through the rise of Nazism and the Deportation, visitors can discover in this symbolic place of the documents of archive photographs, testimonials, maps, posters and objects, jeeps and other vehicles, weapons and a re-enactment of a scene from parachuting.
Adults: €4 Children less than 7 years, military, persons with disabilities, veterans and allies: free Adult groups (from 10 persons): €3 per person School groups: €1.50 per student
Schedules For individual visitors: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays from 10 am to 12 pm and from 14 h to 18 h (free visit) and Sundays from 14: 30 to 18: 30 (free visit) For groups: visits on appointment Closed Mondays, may 1, November 1 and between December 24 and January 3.