Marseille has undergone a transformation since it was named European Capital of Culture in 2013.
With some 80% of new cultural facilities located within the site managed by the Euroméditerranée Urban Development Agency, the business district has also become a destination for leisure and culture activities.
Mucem is the leading major national museum dedicated to Mediterranean civilisations. Aside from its permanent collections, the museum also hosts temporary exhibitions that address major societal issues.
Le Silo is a former grain silo converted into a concert and event venue
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LE FRAC (Regional Collection of Contemporary Art)
FRAC is a collection of contemporary art featuring a programme of events, temporary exhibitions and meetings.
LA FRICHE DE LA BELLE DE MAI & LE PANORAMA
Five floors of exhibition space spanning contemporary art, digital and video, plus an 8,000 m2 roof terrace hosting summer concerts and outdoor film screenings.
LE THEATRE JOLIETTE-MINOTERIE
An official space for contemporary performances
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An archive centre that also hosts cultural exhibitions
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MUSEE REGARDS DE PROVENCE
A former healthcare centre, designed by architects Champollion, Pouillon and Eger, and converted into a museum in 2013 to house the collections of the Fondation Regards de Provence.
LA VIEILLE CHARITE
A 17th-century building housing the Musée d’Archéologie Méditerranéenne, the Musée d’Arts Africains, Océaniens, Amérindiens, the Centre International de Poésie de Marseille, and temporary exhibitions.