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If you visit Saint Tropez you can just visit museum but in my opinion no worth to visit Saint Tropez because of this museum.
Worth to know its not just groundfloor but then 1st and 2nd floor after that but not well indicated.
Finally the famous Gendarmerie (Police Station) is open to the public, and it is worth the visit. Young visitors and even more their parents will see well displayed furnitures, equipment and memorabilia from the famous films. You can shoot selfies at Gendarme Cruchot's desk, and...More
C’est un petit musée vraiment sympathique et le fun. On est allé avec nos filles et elle aussi ont bien aimé. Elles ont même découvert des trucs bizarres...tel qu’un vieux téléphone rotatif. Elles ont aimé monter sur la moto ou allez dans la 2CV. Elles...More
We really liked this museum, it is very well laid out and has lots of surprises which entertain adults and children alike. It has plenty of good translations so whilst it clearly appeals hugely to the French there is the opportunity for others to learn...More
Must see for every fun of Louis de Funes and Gendarmerie de Saint Tropez.
Located next to the port on beautiful square. Museum looks brand new with most of the real stuff used in the films. Museum co host Brigitte Bardot exposition as well. There...More
Well here we were 3 friends in a car on a saturday morning doing rounds to find a parking space in the center of St Tropez with the main car park "complet" (Means full in french lol) Anyways first round no space so we kept...More
I have watched all the Gendarmerie de Saint Tropez films with Louis Funes, so for me it was so surreal to go into the museum and see the displays, clips of the movies, the costumes, cars etc...
Loved it and would recommend it to anyone...More