Suresnes, small and charming city, at the gates of Paris has a great cultural heritage through the city. Follow the guide!
The MUS - Suresnes Museum of Urban and Social History opened its doors in the Suresnes-Longchamp station, which was renovated and a modern extension was built.
© M.U.S / Encore Heureux
To tell the history and the development of Suresnes, a city that moves, and to present the social urbanism from 1920 to 1940, several themes are displayed:
The museum staff invite you to discover the rich and varied collections using permanent and temporary exhibitions and through special events (meetings and workshops).
The MUS has set up a bilingual walking tour of the town and invites you to discover independently the symbolic places of the twentieth century architecture, indicated by 21 masts.
You can download the itinerary:
You can also download these historical brochures:
From Wednesday to Sunday from 2pm to 6pm.
Open to groups by reservation from Tuesday to Friday from 9pm to 6pm and on request only on week-ends.
- 3,50 ¤ full price
- 2,50 ¤ reduced price
- Free for: job seekers, students, under 26, European Heritage Days, European Museums Night, 1st Sunday of the month.
Reception: +33 (0)1 41 18 37 37
Public: +33 (0)1 41 18 18 75
1 place de la gare Suresnes-Longchamp
- Tramway T2, stop at Suresnes Longchamp.