About te Museum

Discover in a space of 400m2, the life and work of one of the most famous comedians in the world: his intimacy, his career, his friends, his rewards!The only museum entirely dedicated to Louis de Funes - the artist and man - the Louis de Funès museum of Saint-Raphaël lets you explore Louis de Funès in the family intimacy of his castle and his garden and traces with hundreds of objects the life and work of the favorite comedian of the French. Through the rooms discover posters, film sets and awards that draw the extraordinary career of Louis de Funès. Everything has been thought out so that the visit is a pleasant moment in family, a visit made of entertainments and discoveries.

A museum for laugher, learning, entertainment at the heart of De Funes’ universe !

Discover in a space of 400m2, the life and work of one of the most famous comedians in the world: his intimacy, his career, his friends, his rewards!

More than a museum

More than 350 outstanding object

More than 350 documents are on show: personal photographs, footage and films, drawings including some by Louis de Funès, letters such as those from Jean Anouilh, but also film clips, some of which are unknown. Discover Gérard Oury and Louis de Funès in 1949 in Du Guesclin! as well as clips from other iconic films: La Grande Vadrouille, Le Corniaud, La Folie des Grandeurs, Le Grand Restaurant, L’Aile ou la Cuisse... shown on televisions of the era but also on the big screen, discover the famous choreographies of Les Aventures de Rabbi Jacob, Le Grand Restaurant and L’Homme orchestre.

In the footsteps of Louis de Funès

The telephones scattered around the museum makes it feel as if Louis de Funès himself is there. You can listen to him telling anecdotes, stories and confessions about his life and work. Visitors are immersed in this temple dedicated to the actor, where they can replay scenes and find gags of his films...

For the kids

As they discover the museum, children can enjoy various games based on the actor’s films with illustrations by Stephan Zimmerli, artist, architect, set designer and musician, founding member and artistic director of the Moriarty group.

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