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Museum of the Foreign Legion

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The Museum of the Foreign Legion houses a collection retracing the Legion's history from its creation (1831) to the present day: weapons, uniforms and trophies...

In the Hall of Honour, two showcases are dedicated to the founders of the Legion: King Louis Philippe and General Rollet.
The showcases in the "campaigns room" retrace all the campaigns the Legion participated in. 

In this 1200 m² museum, discover a modern, innovative and educational museography dedicated to the history of this unique military corps:
memories of the Legion’s founders, pictures, portraits, weapons, photos, miscellaneous items etc.

The Foreign Legion Museum

Quartier Viénot, Chemin de la Thuilière -13400 Aubagne
Tel: +33 (0)4 42 18 12 41
Admission : free.
Opening times : from Wednesday to Sunday 10.00 to 12.00 /14.00 to 18.00
Closed on : 24th December, 1st January, and from mid-January to mid-February.

Send an e-mail to the museum
Website of the Foreign Legion museum
Guided visits for groups upon appointment.

Reservations by mail:
Monsieur le général commandant la Légion étrangère
Quartier Vienot -- DHPLE -- B.P. 21 355

You can also visit the Foreign Legion Uniform Museum in Puyloubier - Tel: +33 (0)4 42 91 45 01 and +33 (0)4 42 91 45 49.