In the former Gestapo headquarters, this museum is an outstanding journey through the dark days of occupation, deportation and resistance. It was a three hour visit for us, and my wife is neither a real museum or war buff.The museum is heavy on reading, so don't forget your reading glasses. There are audio guides if your reading in French is weak. Very moving audio temoignages (French and English) by those who lived through the war years. Inexpensive entry charge with a good little bookstore.
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