Citadelle – Musée de la Résistance et de la Déportation

Museum closed for total renovation; reopening scheduled for fall 2022.
The Museum uses photographs, documents and original objects to explore themes related to the Second World War: Nazism and its origins, the war and the Vichy regime, Resistance activities in Franche-Comté, France and Europe, and the Liberation.
The emphasis placed on the concentration camps and the «Final Solution» makes a visit to the Museum a particularly moving experience. Collections of paintings, drawings and sculptures produced in concentration camps and prisons accompany the factual displays. During the Occupation, 100 resistance fighters belonging to Franche-Comté groups were executed by firing squads in the Citadel between 1941 and 1944.

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Citadelle - Musée de la Résistance et de la Déportation
La Citadelle - rue des Fusillés
03 81 87 83 33
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Opening periods and special opening conditions / Covid-19

  • Open from March to December.

Accessibility for people with reduced mobility

Access for people with reduced mobility

  • Avec aide
  • Partiel



  • Parcours adapté aux enfants
  • Visite libre

Groups tours

  • Visite guidée sur rendez-vous



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