Museum of the Resistance and the Combatant

From the Second World War to the present day
From the rise of totalitarianism to the liberation of the national territory, through the march to war, the exodus, the occupation, the resistance, the deportation, the liberation … follow the exciting timeline and understand the major historical aspects of World War II.

Did you know that?

In 1989 a former deported resistance fighter offered an exhibition on the World War II. This was the birth of the Museum of the Resistance and Deportation, dedicated to the 1939-1945 conflict in France, but also in Montauban and the department. In 2014 the museum evolves with a new scenography and opens to the conflicts of the 20th and 21st centuries, within the Memory Center.

Practical information

To organize your visit


2 boulevard Edouard Herriot, 82000 Montauban


05 63 66 03 11




Tuesday through Friday from 9am -12pm and 2pm-5pm.

Closed on holidays and during the vacation season.

The consultation and documentation room is open by appointment.


Free admission.

Age 8 and up.

Good to know

Discovery hour: every first Wednesday of the month, discover an event, a character, a place, objects related to local, national or international history.