The Musée des Troupes de la Marine in Fréjus is a must-see for anyone interested in the history of the French army and its overseas missions.

With its exceptional collections and diverse cultural program, the museum offers an enriching and fun experience for all ages!


The Museum of the Navy Troops

This place of memory and history is dedicated to the Troupes de Marine, a unit of the French army specialized in amphibious operations and overseas missions.
Founded in 1921, the museum is located in Fréjus in the Boyer barracks, a former headquarters of the Troupes de la Marine.

Discover a rich collection of objects and archives relating to the history of the Troupes de Marine from their creation in 1622 to the present day.
You can see: uniforms, weapons, equipment, models, paintings, photographs and historical documents...

Activities to do

The activities offered at the museum are numerous and varied.
You can participate in thematic guided tours, educational workshops, lectures, film screenings, temporary exhibitions and cultural events.
You can also attend military ceremonies, weapons demonstrations and simulation exercises.

Schedules & Rates

Free admission.

Open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm.