Edmond Michelet house

19100, Brive-la-Gaillarde
  • Visitable

History

This house was acquired in 1929 by Edmond Michelet 1899 -1970 – future deputy of the Corrèze and Minister General de Gaulle – and his wife. During the Second World War, the building welcomed refugees and resisters engaged in the movement
Combat and in other organizations. In 1976, the house became a museum and a center of studies on the Resistance.

My castle is visitable

This house was acquired in 1929 by Edmond Michelet 1899 -1970 – future deputy of the Corrèze and Minister General de Gaulle – and his wife. During the Second World War, the building welcomed refugees and resisters engaged in the movement
Combat and in other organizations. In 1976, the house became a museum and a center of studies on the Resistance.

Visiting hours
– May 2 to September 30
Open Monday to Friday from 11h to 18h and Saturday from 13h to 18h.
Closed on public holidays (except August 15)

– October 1st to April 30th
Open Monday to Saturday from 13h to 18h.
Closed on public holidays and between Christmas and New Year’s Day.


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Spoken languages: French