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Musée Cathelin Lonjumeau

134 rue François Mitterrand
91160 Longjumeau

Latitude : 48.693 / Longitude : 2.2929

06 77 48 62 59
The Longjumeau history and archaeology museum occupies two rooms of a building at 134 Rue du Président François Mitterrand.


Inaugurated on 20 September 1997, the museum was created with the support of Longjumeau council but also thanks to the devotion and perseverance of the Renaissance & Culture Association and its members.

The museum exhibits minerals, stuffed animals, herbariums and ancient farm tools from collections that belonged to Dr. Cathelin, the property's former owner. Only the best-preserved items are on display.

Visitors to the museum can also see a wide range of artefacts from Ancient Greece, Rome and Egypt, which were donated by Frédéric and Berthe Nathanson.

Informations pratiques


From 01/01 to 31/12, every Saturday between 10 am and 12 pm.


Free of charge.


Visites individuelles

Unguided individual tours available permanently
Guided individual tours available permanently

Visites groupées

Unguided group tours on request
Guided group tours on request




Public WCExhibition spaceParking nearby


Booking obligatoryGuided tours

Accessibilité adaptée

Accessible for self-propelled wheelchairs