Archaeology, Protestantism and the Coligny (Montmorency-Luxembourg) family, Becquerel natural radioactivity and nuclear energy.
A thousand and one discoveries are hidden within this museum. In chronological order: from princely incineration sepulchers found in a tumulus dating back to the end of the Hallstatt era, uncovered in Ste-Geneviève-des-Bois, to the Celtic cemetery of La Tène during the Second Iron Age at Cortrat; Gallo-Roman ex-votos and coins, and barbarian tombs from the late 4th century. A leap forward in history then leads to the 16th century up to the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes, with the Reformation, the Coligny family and the famous reformed college. Finally, we reach the modern age with the history of Montmorency-Luxembourg and the Becquerel saga, and the famous Henri Becquerel who discovered natural radioactivity in 1896.
Musées de France
- Average length of group visits : 1h
- Average length of individual visits : 1h
Du 01/04/2020 au 15/11/2020 Monday NC Tuesday NC Wednesday NC Thursday NC Friday - 14:00 - 17:00 Saturday - 14:00 - 17:00 Sunday - 14:00 - 17:00
Languages of the documentationSupport adapted to familiesMultimedia support adapted to familiesFamily-friendly guided tours
- Full adult price : 4,00€
- Child rate (- de 12 ans (Gratuit))
Equipments and Services
- Temporary exhibitions