The Resistance Museum
A place of memory
Since its opening in 2001, the Resistance Museum tells the story of the 27 shots of Châteaubriant. Installed in the old farm at the entrance of the site, said de la Sablière, a large collection is presented, enriched continuously by many gifts.
Nearly 500 original pieces are exhibited: letters, photographs, posters, press articles, clothing, weapons, parachute, radio, bicycle.
On two levels and through three exhibition spaces, the museum invites visitors to discover the Resistance in France during the Second World War.
Today we are the heirs of this story.
The association of the Friends of the Resistance Museum of Châteaubriant, in charge of the animation of the site, leads many valorization actions.
Each year, she participates in the National Contest of Resistance and Deportation (CNRD), coordinated by the Ministry of National Education, carrying out a temporary exhibition.
From October 19, 2019 until October 10, 2020, the association presents the exhibition: “1940, enter Resistance? “. Consisting of twelve panels and some objects, it is presented on the floor of the museum for a year. The Museum thus perpetuates the history and the memory of the French Resistance.
Events all year round (complete program to be found on the museum’s website)
Practical information: opening, access and prices
Free entry and animation (s) All year round free visit, Wednesdays and Saturdays from 2pm to 5pm
In July and August, from Tuesday to Saturday from 2pm to 6pm
Guided tour every Friday morning during the school holidays (duration 1h, without registration, consult the dates on the website of the museum www.musee-resistance-chateaubriant.fr)
Reception of the groups from Tuesday to Friday (only on reservation and outside the opening hours of the museum to the public)
Closed on Sundays, Mondays and holidays
Exceptional closure for the end of year celebrations (from December 20th to January 28th, 2020 included)
Information and reservations at the museum: +33 (0) 2 40 28 60 36 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Parking along the road (prohibited signs at the entrance of the protected historic site, except authorized vehicle)