Musée de la Seconde Guerre mondiale


Information and booking:

The Second World War as lived by New Caledonians.

  • Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm, Saturday 9am to 1pm, and 2pm to 5pm. Closed on public holidays.

The museum, housed in the half-moons opposite the former hospital, presents how the period was experienced by New Caledonians.

To know :

    Provided services :

  • Museum

Rate :

Outings/activities CFP Dollar
Entrance fee
12-18 yrs 50 0
Student and senior 100 1
Adult 200 2
- 12 yrs FREE FREE
Guided tour (8 pers. reservation only) 3500 34

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Certificate of Excellence 2018
#4 of 75 things to do in Noumea 139 avis

"Great WWII Pacific perspective and historical overview" 24/07/2018
Interesting perspective re the 20,000 New Zealanders who served in New Caledonia in WWII along with a million Americans. If not fluent in French use the complimentary Audio Guide. Read full review

"Excellent small museum" 19/07/2018
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… Read full review