Industrial heritage identity of Tulle, the Museum of Arms created in 1979 by the staff at the Manufacture Nationale d'Armes offers a panorama of the history of French and foreign armament manufacturing with priority given to industrial heritage Tulle identity: the flintlock weapons of various types and models before 1822 including a platinum "made in Tulle" (ca 1693), percussion weapons, weapons in hand, repeating weapons, automatic weapons, swords, numerous accessories ... a wealth of collections, a unique set of credentials. The Arms Museum has two very specific collections: a fund of 3381 weapons from the Army Museum (Paris) on deposit by agreement in 1999 and a tulle funds of hundreds of guns, knives and many accessories like tubes, corridors, chargers, faceplates tulle ... The jewels of industrial heritage are preparing for highlighting with the development of a cultural and scientific project.
Openall year long from Tuesday to Saturday, 2-6pm. Closed on 1 May, Ascension Thursday, 1 November, 25 December and 1st January. Entrance free.
Tel: 05 55 26 22 15