Musée des Civilisations d'Europe et Méditerranée
Marseille - Cultural place
Some would be able to travel thanks to exhibitions, the others will enjoy a reading, a concert, a projection.. Or simply enjoy an open air walk in the Mediterranean gardens of the Fort Saint-Jean. On the ground floor, a permanent exhibition dedicated to the main steps of the Mediteranean civilizations history. On the second floor, two big exhibitions a year will be devoted to society, cities, places or human beings playing a part in Mediteranean.
Saint Jean fort: 15 000 m2.
The vaulted rooms in the stone bowels of Fort saint Jean, a 12 th century historical monument will feature exhibition galleries on the themes of celebration and performance.
Mucem retains a unique heritage bringing together a diversity of objects that is original in the museum world: paintings, prints on sculptures alonside furniture, tools, vehicles, jewellery, shop decorations, festive on traditional clothing etc..
The conservation and resources centre: 10 000 m 2.
Nearby the train station in district of la Belle de mai, a third site houses the conservation centre designed by the architect Corinne Vezzoni.
The place of the collections' conservation is an innovative place and also open to the public.
Permanent exhibition surface: 15 000.
Temporary exhibition surface : 4700.
- Car park
- Accès internet
- Accessible pour handicapés
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