Resistance and Deportation History Centre (CHRD)

Symbolically housed in the former headquarters of the Gestapo, where Klaus Barbie hit, the CHRD is a strong and symbolic place in the service of History and Memory. The museum invites to revisit one of the darkest period of our history.

Last updated date : 30/06/2018
Open from Wed. to Sun.: 10 am-6 pm. Closed on bank hols except on Nov. 11th.
Resistance and Deportation History Centre (CHRD) 14 avenue Berthelot - 69007 Lyon 7ème
CHRD Lyon

Visitors, equipped with an audio-guide, are invited to enter into a universe of sound and vision and be guided through a dark period of history.They will rediscover the resistance, deportation, the genocide of Jewish people and the most important events under the Occupation. The many temporary exhibitions cover present-day issues such as the genocide in Cambodia, and give visitors the keys to a better understanding of the world in which they live.

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Openings
  • Open from Wed. to Sun.: 10 am-6 pm. Closed on bank hols except on Nov. 11th.
Prices
  • Adult: 4 to 6 €.

    Free entry for children < 18 years.

    Free with Lyon City Card. Free for disabled people and accompanying person
    Annual City Pass Museums : € 25 available too for exhibitions. Pass Cité : free for inhabitants of partner towns.
  • Included with the Lyon City Card
Accessibility
  • Hearing disability
  • Mental disability
  • Accessible for self-propelled wheelchairs

Resistance and Deportation History Centre (CHRD)

14 avenue Berthelot - 69007 Lyon 7ème

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