Housed in an 18th century heritage site, the entirely restored and redesigned Pavillons Ledoux on Place Denfert-Rochereau, as well as in the neighbouring 19th century building, this new history museum has been created to teach the public about a shared history: that of two historic figures from the Second World War, Philippe Leclerc de Hauteclocque and Jean Moulin, and that of the Liberation of Paris.
The move to the Denfert-Rochereau site means visitors can immerse themselves in this history by visiting the command station of Colonel Rol-Tanguy, head of the Paris branch of the French Forces of the Interior, installed 20 m underground during the week of the Liberation of Paris. In order to reach and inform a wide audience, access to the museum's collections is free.
Epoque des collections
- Contemporain (XXe - XXIe)
Services and facilities of the establishment
- Educational activities
- Gift shop
- Visitor tools
Documentation in a foreign language
Prices and times
Entrance fees and modalities
Methods of payment
Other methods of payment: chèques bancaire, espèce (UnionPay bientôt mais pas encore)
- Ascension Day
- 8 May
- 14 July
- 15 August
- 1 November
- 11 November
Voir la carte
Musée de la Libération de Paris - Musée du général Leclerc - Musée Jean Moulin
4 avenue du Colonel Henri Rol-Tanguy
Tel.. +33 (0) 1 40 64 39 44
Subway - Denfert-Rochereau
RER - Denfert-Rochereau
Bus - 38, 88
Offer adapted to disabled visitors
- Free admission for disabled visitors on presentation of proof
- Free admission for the accompanying person
The permanent collection area and temporary exhibition areas and the conference room are accessible to people with reduced mobility, in particular via a lift giving access to level -1 and the 1st floor.
The passive defence shelter is not yet accessible to people with reduced mobility.
A wheelchair is available at the museum reception desk.
On the ground floor and level -1, adapted toilets are accessible to people with reduced mobility.
A 360° virtual tour on a tablet is available on request at the museum reception desk for people with reduced mobility who cannot access the passive defence shelter.
The museum's audiovisuals are subtitled (French and English) and magnetic loops are available for hearing impaired visitors.