The Gendarmerie and Cinema Museum invites you to discover the history of its building. Before becoming a symbolic place thanks to the movies about French Police Force (with Louis de Funès), this building welcomed the real Police Force from 1879 to 2003.
You carry on the visit with an explanation of the picture of the police in the cinema field, then an introduction of the cinema history in Saint-Tropez. This particular space of the museum reveals the movies realized in the Gulf of Saint-Tropez, but also the different positions available around the cinema field.
Next stop during the visit, you’ll discover the myth versus the reality of Saint-Tropez through the cinema industry. On the ground floor, there is the Art Exhibition Hall.
The first exhibition is called “Brigitte Bardot, un mythe de Saint-Tropez", exhibition of photographies until the 14th of January 2018.
Full rate : 4 €
Reduced rate : 2 € (12 - 18 years, students under 26, gendarmes and jobseekers with valid ID).
Free admission : under 12 years, for everyone on European Heritage Days, the European Night of Museums and for members of ICOM on presentation of their card.
12 month pass : 12 €
Schedule 2017 10h - 18h. Last entries at 17:30. Every day except January 1st, from January 15th to February 1st, May 1st and 17th, December 25th. 2018 Closed on the 24, 25, 26 January 2018 Opening hours 2018 From January 2 to March 31 10 am-5pm From April 1st to July 13th from 10h-18h From July 14th to August 31st from 10am to 7pm From September 1st to October 31st from 10 am to 6 pm From November 1st to December 31st from 10h-17h Closed: January 1st, January 16th to 26th, May 1st and 17th and December 25th