Musée départemental de la résistance Henri Queuille
Former residence of Henri Queuille. Source: ©Fab5669 - License Creative Commons - Public domain.
When Henri Queuille died, in 1976, his heirs donated the house in which he lived all his life to the Corrèze département, to be turned into a museum. The main themes covered are the memory of Henri Queuille and the Résistance.
When Henri Queuille died, in 1970, his heirs donated the house in which he lived all his life to the Corrèze département, to be turned into a museum. The main themes covered are the memory of Henri Queuille and the Résistance.
Thanks to Henri Queuille's collection, donated to the museum by his family, and to Résistance archives and donations from private people, a team made up of former Résistance members, historians and professors successfully brings together and exploits numerous objects and documents. The museum was inaugurated on 4th May 1982 by the President of the Republic, François Mitterrand.
The museum has 200 m2 of exhibition rooms, divided into five rooms on three levels. They cover the 3rd and 4th Republics, the Résistance and the maquis, Nazi crimes and deportation. It consists of 80 display cases, 100 signs and frames, around 1,500 collection items, including 900 photos and 300 documents and objects.
Musée départemental de la résistance "Henri Queuille"
21 rue du Commerce
Tél. : 33 (0)5 55 46 30 60 - Fax : 33 (0)5 55 46 30 69
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Rue du Commerce 19160
05 55 46 30 60
Low season: Monday to Friday 10 am to 12 pm and 2 pm to 6 pm High season: every day from 10 am to 12 pm and 2 pm to 6 pm.
Closed on 20th December and 1st January.