Marseille History Museum

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  • Marseille Pass: 24 Hours, 48 Hours or 72 Hours

    1. Marseille Pass: 24 Hours, 48 Hours or 72 Hours

    The City Pass Marseille is valid for 24 hours, 48 hours, or 72 hours and allows access to many attractions, museums, trains, boats, guided tours, public transport tickets, and more. This pass is dedicated to individual visitors who wish to discover Marseille with an all-inclusive package. The visitor presents the pass at the museum entrance or at the start of a tour and gets the keys to the city. Enjoy discounts at the Metropolitan Tourist Office store, certified shops, and activity partners as well. Have access to MUCEM (closed on Tuesdays). The municipal museums are free of charge all year round (with reduced rates for temporary exhibitions - closed on Mondays): • Regards de Provence (closed on Mondays)• Boat to the If or Frioul Islands OR a Colorbüs Tour (hop-on hop-off bus)• Visit to If Castle (subject to weather – closed on Mondays during winter months)• A tour in the Touristic Tra...

    I' m glad we' ve bought it since that gave us the opportunity to travel in the entire city!!!!

  • Marseille Provence City Pass

    2. Marseille Provence City Pass

    The Marseille City Pass is valid for 72 hours and allows access to a wide variety of activities and discounts across Marseille and the surrounding area. Find out about Marseille and discover the towns of Allauch, Aubagne, La Ciotat, Marignane, and Saint-Victoret. The City Pass includes: • MuCEM (closed on Tuesdays)• Regards de Provence Museum (closed on Mondays)• Tourist train to Notre-Dame de la Garde or the old town in le Panier district• Boat to the Château d'If or the Frioul Islands or sightseeing tour on the Colorbüs bus• Visit to Château d'If • Free access to the metro, tramway and bus (closed on 1st May) in Marseille • One free guided tour among the ones offered by the Tourist Office of Marseille (except Cité Radieuse-Le Corbusier) at a maximum of 10€ value according to availability. Reservation is required directly at the Metropolitan Tourist Office of Marseill...

    Marseille urgently needs an express train connection between airport and city ( learn from Lyon!)

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What people are saying about Marseille History Museum

Overall rating

4.2 / 5

based on 241 reviews

Everything worked well. The only thing we didn't know was that we had to visit the tourist information to get your pass, so it was a bit awkward trying to get on the metro using the bar-code on the printed voucher and we had to buy a single ticket (which was only 3 euros for us both). You have to present your card to the place of your visit and they issue the ticket to you. Buses are easy as all you do is to scan your card on boarding the buses and I presume that's all you need to do for the metro once you have the card.

Super practical but you have to arrive before the Tourist Office closes ?? !! Hot !! hot !!! Covid-19 has changed the schedules?!?!

Ticket pass where boats, transport, and museums are included. I find it very practical, and it saves money.

I' m glad we' ve bought it since that gave us the opportunity to travel in the entire city!!!!

I took transport quite a few times. I also visited museums