Throughout the exhibition, visitors will discover the History of the Plateau Vivarais-Lignon, from the Protestant Reformation to the end of World War II and through this, the different forms of Resistance ( civilian, spiritual and armed) undertaken by its inhabitants.
The visit lasts about 90 minutes and can be completed by visiting a room featuring witness accounts and viewing the Pierre Sauvage documentary ” Weapons of the Spirit”
The Memorial is open all year for groups of 10 or more, by appointment.
Guided Tour: available in French and English.
On a guided tour, visitors can discover the different rooms in chronological and thematic order.
July and August : Guided tour every Tuesday and Thursday at 10:30 am. September : every Tuesday at 10h30 am.
If you have specific demands concerning your visit, the Memorial team will be pleased to help you.
The memorial offers an educational service for schools. The younger public has access to learning activities and specific guided tours. For students, this is also an occasion to discover World War II and the commitment of those who sheltered refugees at great risk to themselves.
In July and August, the memorial offers children’s workshops in which young students can discover the history of sheltering and Resistance on the Plateau Vivarais Lignon. Contact us for more information- 0033 04.71.56.56.65