Frédéric Dumas Diving Museum

  • Museum
  • History
  • Famous people
  • Private museum
Salle Maurice Fargues 12, rue Lauzet Aîné 83110 Sanary-sur-Mer
The Musée Frédéric Dumas association was founded in 1994. Its aim is to preserve the memory of Frédéric Dumas and publicize his contribution to the development of scuba diving.
Frédéric Dumas (1913-1991) was one of the pioneers of scuba diving. Along with Jacques-Yves Cousteau and Philippe Tailliez, he made up the trio of scuba diving pioneers known as the "Mousquemers".

When Frédéric Dumas passed away on July 26, 1991, the memory of his contribution to the birth and development of scuba diving naturally faded. While the memory of the other two members of the trio had been preserved and passed on, nothing had yet been thought of or organized for Frédéric Dumas....

Services

Parking nearby
Pets welcome
Tour free of charge

Openings

All year 2024 Closed on monday, on sunday

Location

Frédéric Dumas Diving Museum
Salle Maurice Fargues 12, rue Lauzet Aîné 83110 Sanary-sur-Mer

Spoken languages

  • French

Environment

  • In centre of town
  • Pedestrian area
  • Town location
  • In the historic centre
  • Close to a public transportation
  • Bus stop < 500 m
  • Close to pleasure port
  • Close to a motorway
Updated on 08 July 2024 at 15:02
by Office de Tourisme de Sanary sur Mer
(Offer identifier : 4686063)
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