Located within the Morvan Regional Nature Park Centre, the Resistance Museum provides an understanding of the role and importance of the Resistance in this region during the Second World War.
Through its impressive collection, the museum brings history to life. A large number of items, archive documents, materials, photographs, weapons, and much more, are presented here in three different rooms. The first room examines the German occupation of the region and its consequences. The second is entirely dedicated to the Resistance, and the Maquis in particular. The final room of the museum focuses on the Liberation of the Morvan and how the Resistance is remembered.
The Resistance Museum has recently joined the “Morvan Digital Gallery”. Located at midpoint in the permanent exhibition, its portrait, “The Maquis of the Morvan,” is an immersive projection space presenting daily life in the Maquis resistance groups.
The Museum is run by the association “Morvan Terre de Résistances-ARORM”.