Resistance and deportation museum

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Sharing some history

Following the events on the Glieres Plateau during the Second World War, the natural site of the Morette became the cemetery for the resistance fighters in March 1944. It then became a national memorial. A museum dedicated to the war resistance and deportees during the war was established in some old chalets close by. 
The site offers visits in various forms to learn about the history of this place :
A visit with a commentary explaining the context of the historical events.
Virtual visit with slide show and commentary in the projection room.

Showing  of documentaries.
Multi-media points
Guided visit for families based on a game of clues ‘hunting for the enigmas of the Glieres’.

For more information
 + 33 (0)4 50 32 18 38
Open all the year from Monday to Sunday, except for Saturdays from 9:30 to 12:30 and from 13:30 to 17:00. In July and August open every day of the week.
Annual closing from 1st December to 31st January
Entrance price  €3 and kids €2, free for the under 8’s
Special price for families and day tickets.

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