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Thee sites, three different athmospheres offering rewarding and amazing proposals to be discovered on 40 000 m2: the Mucem is a true 21 century museum able to seduce with a wide range of activities.
Some would be able to travel thanks to exhibitions, the others will enjoy a reading, a concert, a projection.. Or simply enjoy an open air walk in the Mediterranean gardens of the Fort Saint-Jean. On the ground floor, a permanent exhibition dedicated to the main steps of the Mediteranean civilizations history. On the second floor, two big exhibitions a year will be devoted to society, cities, places or human beings playing a part in Mediteranean.

Saint Jean fort: 15 000 m2.

The vaulted rooms in the stone bowels of Fort saint Jean, a 12 th century historical monument will feature exhibition galleries on the themes of celebration and performance.

Mucem retains a unique heritage bringing together a diversity of objects that is original in the museum world: paintings, prints on sculptures alonside furniture, tools, vehicles, jewellery, shop decorations, festive on traditional clothing etc..

The conservation and resources centre: 10 000 m 2.

Nearby the train station in district of la Belle de mai, a third site houses the conservation centre designed by the architect Corinne Vezzoni.
The place of the collections' conservation is an innovative place and also open to the public.

Permanent exhibition surface: 15 000.
Temporary exhibition surface : 4700.
Accessible for disabled
Opening period (s)From 01/01 to 30/04/2024, daily between 10 am and 6 pm.

From 02/05 to 05/07/2024, daily between 10 am and 7 pm.
  • categories :
    • Musée de France
General information
  • Parking :
    • Parking nearby
    • Coach parking
  • Client profile :
    • Groups
    • Client profile 889536
    • Client profile Place d'Armesfort Saint Jean
    • Client profile 400
    • 1300 m2
    • Client profile
  • Visits :
    • you can visit it
  • Information panel language(s) :
    • French
    • German
    • English
  • Park :
    • Park
  • Sustainable development :
    • Label sustainable development
    • Sustainable development
Services, Tours, Activities and entertainment
  • Environments :
    • Close to a public transportation
    • Close to pleasure port
    • Station district
  • Help for client/practical :
    • Tourist brochures
    • Wi-fi
  • Entertainment :
    • Temporary exhibition
    • Activity
    • Concert
    • Entertainment
  • Visit :
    • Guided tours
  • Rooms equipped for :
    • Concert/events
    • Seminar/meeting
    • Family Reception/drinks reception
    • Convention
  • Shop :
    • Shop
  • Hire/loan :
    • Room hire
  • Leisure facilities :
    • Picnic area
  • Restaurants :
    • Dining area
    • Restaurant on site
  • Interior facilities :
    • Air conditioning
  • Accessibility criteria for people with reduced mobility :
    • Accessible for self-propelled wheelchairs
  • Accessibility Criteria for Hearing Impairment :
    • Hearing disability
  • Accessibility Criteria for Visually Impaired :
    • Visual disability
  • "Tourism & Disability" Certification :
    • Mental disability
    • Physical disability
    • Visual disability
    • Hearing disability


1 - The measures recommended by the National Public Health Agency in terms of
in terms of barrier gestures

2 - The application of the rules of social distancing

3 - The implementation of the charters promulgated by the professional
(FNHPA, UMIH, GNC, Gîtes de France...)

4 - The presence, in each structure, of a health and safety referent
procedures and protocols, and who will inform all the staff of the
to all the personnel the measures to be respected

5 - The distribution and availability of all essential health information
information: firemen, medical services, hospitals, screening centers
hospitals, screening centers, emergency services, etc.

6 - The establishment of rules of conduct in case of suspicion of Covid-19 :
Have a clear protocol for employees who
show signs of Covid-10 infection and apply these protocols without delay
protocols without delay "to the extent possible," these protocols should also be
should also be applied to clients when in doubt
Musée des Civilisations d'Europe et Méditerranée
7 Promenade Robert Laffont
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Full price: 11 €
Reduced price: 7.50 €
Disabled: from 0 € (Free admission for disabled people and their companions for temporary and permanent exhibitions
Reduced: artistic programs and guided tours.)
Group adults: 18 € (Family rate 5 children maximum and 2 adults).
7 Promenade Robert Laffont
GPS coordinates
Latitude : 43.296761
Longitude : 5.360963
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Mucem has a conservation and resource centre located in La Belle de Mai' district not far from the train station Saint-Charles.
Historic site and monument
In the 13th century, the Hospitallers of Saint John of Jerusalem set up a fortress and a commandery at the entrance to the port.