Museum of live History

Musée de l'Histoire vivante

The Museum of live History opened its doors on March 25th, 1939 in the East of Paris. Located in the Montreau parc in Montreuil, it presents temporary exhibitions based on its collections of manuscript, engraving...Several themes are approached such as the French Revolution, the Ist Empire, the Dreyfus case, Louise Michel, the resistance and deportation, the worker's movement...

It is open to public, searchers and schools for instructive workshops.

Opening days

  • Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: from 2 pm to 5 pm
  • Saturday and Sunday: from 2 pm to 6 pm

Careful: In case of bad weather the parc can be closed to the public. You can telephone to get more information on the day of your visit.

Photo © Ville de Montreuil

Musée de l'histoire vivante
31 bd Théophile Sueur
Parc Montreau

48.863748 , 2.448992
tel tel : 01 48 54 32 44 / 01 48 54 36 08
Getting there Getting there
Bus : 122 Parc Montreau
RER (Regional rapid transit) : A, Val de Fontenay puis bus 122 ou 301
Metro : Ligne 9, Mairie de Montreuil
Motorway : Porte de Bagnolet, A3, sortie S29
Musée de l'histoire vivante, 31 bd Théophile Sueur Parc Montreau , 93100 MONTREUIL
Lundi : Fermé
Mardi : Fermé

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