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The MUCEM has multiple exhibitions including its permanent one - the tumultuous history of Fort St. Jean, quarterly temporary exhibits exploring the cultural history across the Mediterranean, and contemporary art by global and local artists.
The MUCEM has exciting events exploring the worldviews of contemporary global artists displaying their art through various mediums. It also hosts reserve tours, workshops, kids' activities, seminars, and celebrations of its rich Mediterranean culture.
Marvel in the permanent collections and exhibits of Mediterranean culture. 500,000 objects/artifacts across the digitized collections, make up for an all-around experience of understanding history beyond the exhibits.
150,000 books and magazines cover topics like anthropology, archaeology, folklore, etc., of Mediterranean culture up to the present including iconic works of Van Gennep and Delarue.
Address: 1 Esp. J4, 13002 Marseille, France
Please note that for the landmark, ensure the following of certain rules on arriving with your ticket:
The MUCEM is in a great historical, and accessible location in Marseille, France, surrounded by rich culture.
To ensure you have a grand time at the MUCEM in Marseille, remember:
A. You can buy MUCEM Marseille tickets online. This way you get great offers and can also reserve slots well in advance.
A. The price of MUCEM Marseille tickets start from €11.
A. Yes, you get great discounts on MUCEM Marseille tickets if you book them online.
A. The MUCEM Marseille is a national museum in France, dedicated to promoting the heritage, and exhibiting 21st-century collections of European and Mediterranean Civilisations.
A. You can book the museum entry tickets here online, to skip the line in person.
A. The MUCEM is located in Marseilles, France, on the site of Fort St. Jean.
A. The delightful mix of historical architecture, with 21st-century cultural permanent, and contemporary temporary exhibits, provide a unique experience.
A. You can reach the MUCEM by metro, bus, car, bike, or by walking. Check out the Getting There tab earlier on the page.
A. The MUCEM Marseille is open every day except Tuesday, between 10-8 p.m.
A. The MUCEM has an underground auditorium, a bookshop, as well as a botanical garden. There’s also a library and restaurant for longer visits. It also boasts interactive exhibits accessible to individuals of all disabilities.
A. Yes, the MUCEM is entirely wheelchair accessible.
A. Yes, photography is allowed without the use of flash or for professional or commercial intent.
A. The MUCEM stands at an intersection of cultural history and modern art, giving a fresh look into society in the 21st century, making it worth a day trip.