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Spent about an hour here and found it very interesting. There was a guide in English which was just as well as all the information in the museum was in French but it the exhibits were pretty self explanatory. The museum was staffed by legionnaires...More
Firstly I was impressed by the friendly staff(all serving Legionnaires). Secondly , I was pleasantly surprised that entry was free. Finally, this museum is excellent.
I visited with some friends who are not history buffs like me, so I was somewhat concerned. However independently they...More
Don't get me wrong its still good but I've been to this museum several times now and.... I can't put my finger on it.... it's always left me a tad hungry...
Don't let me put you off! Its well laid out, has loads of interesting...More
My husband has a great interest in all things military so when our cruise ship docked in Marseilles we hired a taxi which took us some distance out of the city to the museum.
Well worth a visit if you are interested in military history,...More
Unless you have a particular interest, this free museum may not be worth going very far out of your way to see, especially if you don't read French. Hours are not posted-they completely close for lunch (I believe 12-2) where even the gates to the...More
Aubagne is the birth place of this very famous military unit and therefore there is so much information stored in this lovely museum that it is definitely worth a visit. All of the information is in French (with small parts translated into English) but you...More
A very modern and interesting museum, with plenty to see. Lots of mannekins wearing different Legion uniforms over the years, and many weapons on display. Would have appreciated English translation for most of the captions to the displays.