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We found this a fascinating museum of a very high standard that very clearly told the story of the impact of the way in New Caledonia and it's peoples. Very well laid out and, although a lot of the detail was in French, we found...More
A bit short on English interpretation but most is pretty clear. Interesting special interpretations on War and Science while we were there. Overall gives a good background on the changes to New Caledonia caused by WW 2. Worth a visit.
An interesting collection of material relating to the wartime experiences of New Caledonia. Lots of artefacts and short history of the Japanese residents rounded up and sent to Australia for the period of WW2, many never to return to the islands. There was a short...More
We went here today. They have the self guided tours in English or French. It’s well laid out and let’s you learn the history of New Caledonia during this time. It’s makes you very grateful for what we have now. An absolute bargain at 200franc...More
This is very interesting and a well organized representation of Noumea and World Wars. A interesting audio helps guide u around as all signs are in French. We thoroughly enjoyed the displays and it is well worth a visit. The receptionist was most helpful and...More
As always we like to look into the past of where ever we venture...this was the place for it..no only for New Caledonia but some other pacific Islands......you have a great display and we both thank you for it.
We visited here when we had some time to spare and I am glad we did. The museum although small and predominately just in French allows you to have a better understanding of Noumea's history and involvement in WW2. We particularly liked this as we...More