Having heard so much about the French Resistance during WWII, we were really interested to learn more at this Museum. It was a disappointment. The personnel are very helpful and attentive, one gentleman even going so far as to find us before the start of a 45" video because he knew we would not understand the French broadcast. Very kind. Every display is in French only. Non-French speakers are provided an iPad-like device with narratives that correspond to the overhead photographs indicating the start of a section of an exhibit. The exhibits are all photos and text - other than a typical French kitchen and street scene circa 1942 - it was neither moving nor informative. The 45" video consists of excerpts from the trial of Klaus Barbie in 1987 here in Lyon. For us it was, sadly, not worth the visit or price of admission.