The Resistance Museum
A place of memory
The Resistance Museum, created in 2001 by the Amicale de Châteaubriant, is housed in part of the old farmhouse at the entrance to the Carrière des fusillé site.
An important collection of archives and sensitive objects presents and perpetuates the history and memory of the French Resistance.
A temporary exhibition based on the theme of the National Resistance and Deportation Competition is renewed each year on the museum floor.
Practical information: opening, access and prices :
Carrière des Fusillés, locality of Sablière 44110 CHATEAUBRIANT
The resistance Museum of Châteaubriant closes its doors from Thursday 22th december 2022 to Tuesday 31th january 2023. Reopening on wednesday 1st january 2023 from 2p.m. to 5p.m.
– Opening: all year on Wednesday and Saturday from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. / in July and August from Tuesday to Saturday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
– Free guided tours every Friday morning (10 a.m.) during school holidays: Departure at 10 a.m. – free visit – please go to the museum reception to check in – duration of the visit 1 hour
Travel with a cultural mediator through this emblematic historic site of the Second World War to discover the story of the 27 shot in Châteaubriant, heroes of the Resistance!
– Groups: all year by reservation
– Prices: free for individuals and groups Program of activities to be found on the museum’s website and its facebook page.
Information and reservations at the museum: 02 40 28 60 36 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Parking: visitor car park opposite the site (signs prohibited at the entrance to the protected historic site, except authorized vehicle)
Motor disability: partially accessible (stairs leading upstairs)
At the exit of the city, road of Soudan direction Laval.