Le Teil

Musée de la Résistance et de la Déportation en Ardèche

The Museum of Resistance and Deportation in Ardèche was set up in le Teil in 1992 at the instigation of a group of associations. In 2010-2011, it movied into new quarters and administration was turned over to the Ardèche-Rhône-Coiron communauté des communes (town group)

The visit goes over the history of Ardèche during the second world war, especially Maquis actions and the role of the Resistance in the Liberation, based on a substantial collection created from donor gifts, including former resistants or deported people and regional associations. The collection, complemented by explanatory panels and archival documents, makes up a permanent exhibit of... Read more

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Coordinates

Address : 15 rue du travail, espace Aden , 07400 Le Teil
GPS Coordinates : 44.544471 , 4.679347
Phone : 04 75 92 25 61
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Visits
Permanent exhibit :
Self-conducted visit
Price :

Plein tarif : 3 € / Tarif réduit: 2€ / Gratuit pour les moins de 12 ans

Guided tour
Price :

Included in entrance fee

Temporary Exhibit :
Self-conducted visit
Price :

Pas de supplément au tarif d’entrée

Guided tour
Price :

Included in entrance fee

External memory itinerary :
Thematic exhibits put on each year on a theme specific to the history of the second world war in Ardèche. Currently, six exhibits are on offer to schools, town halls, institutions,, etc.: Lafarge, a workers’ history (1830-1947); The Liberation progressing. Drawings and posters by Robert Petit-Lorraine: images of the Liberation; Ardèche summer 1944: Ardèchois press review (1944-45) Words and looks. Artistic expressions faced with the war in Ardèche.
Recurring events

Recurring events: temporary exhibits, lectures, meetings, film projections, readings from archives, etc. Participation in Diversity Month (organized by the town of Le Teil in March), European Heritage Days, Montélimar literary cafés (first week-end in October), historical film festival at the Regain cinema in le Teil, early November)

Practical information
Opening days and times :
Open Wednesday to Friday from February 20 to November 24, 2017 Closed Easter Monday, Ascension Day, Whit Monday, May 1, July 14, August 15, November 1 and November 11
Yearly closure : Closed last Friday in November to the beginning of February school holiday.
Languages spoken :

French, English

Themes and resources
Themes
  • Museum
  • Maquis
  • Fighting
  • Civil resistance
  • Deportation
  • Repression
  • Collaboration
  • Internement
  • Ethnic Cleansing
  • Liberation
  • Ardeche
  • Genocide
  • Parachute sites
  • Martyrized villages
Resources
  • Collections
  • Archives
  • Documentation center
  • Travelling exhibits
Services
  • label 2 EN 2
  • Audioguides
Complete description of site

The Museum of Resistance and Deportation in Ardèche was set up in le Teil in 1992 at the instigation of a group of associations. In 2010-2011, it movied into new quarters and administration was turned over to the Ardèche-Rhône-Coiron communauté des communes (town group)

The visit goes over the history of Ardèche during the second world war, especially Maquis actions and the role of the Resistance in the Liberation, based on a substantial collection created from donor gifts, including former resistants or deported people and regional associations. The collection, complemented by explanatory panels and archival documents, makes up a permanent exhibit of numerous general and regionalelements.

The museum put on temporary exhibits and provides a diversified program and is a cultural venue open to current events and registered in cultural, touristic and memorial networks. 

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