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What to do in Noumea?
The city abounds with things to do and beautiful places to visit – there’s something for all ages and all tastes. It’s a great opportunity to spend some time with family, by yourself or with friends.
In addition to the free explanatory leaflet handed to visitors, Témoignage d’un Passé Heritage Association, the New Caledonia Literature Centre and the Noumea City Authorities offer you a self-guided tour of the mansion. Using your smartphone or tablet, find out how the mansion was built, learn about the people who used to live here, explore the architectural details and plunge into the charms of a bygone era. A number of codes indicating points of interest are placed around the gardens and the interior of Maison Célières. Scan the codes during your visit to display information on your device.
The World War II Museum
14, Avenue Paul Doumer, city centre.
Tel. (687) 27 48 70
Open all day Monday to Friday, 09:00 - 17:00, and on Saturdays from 09:00 - 13:00 and 14:00 -17:00. Closed Sunday and on public holidays.
This new museum is in the city centre, on Avenue Paul-Doumer, housed in a former military facility, in the shape of a Quonset hut, built by the American army in 1943 for storing their equipment.
For more information, visit the New Caledonia Tourism office web site.