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The museum is located in Brest castle. The audio guide is available in English, included in the price is very informative and brings your own tour to life. The entry charge of 7 Euro per person was only for adults and the kids was free....More
The museum is located in Brest castle and really makes the most of its surroundings. The audio guide was fantastic and gave options on some of the episodes for extra information, which was a really nice touch. There was so much detail on lots of...More
This visit will take you back in time and show you how the town of Brest grew around this castle from inception right up to the present day. The audio guide included in the price is very informative and brings your own tour to life....More
Really fascinating, especially the temporary exhibit of the “dazzle ships”. Not just a maritime museum, also a tour of a castle with its rich history. Be careful, though, lots of steep steps so not great for those with limited mobility.
Enjoyed he museum. Amazing place to have a museum but not that interesting and a bit of a walk in maze to get around. Respect for managing to utilize the old fortress in this way. Many doors to enter and exit to find your way...More
Brest was the location of some of the largest German submarine pens, was bombed flat during WW 2 and re-built on top of the ruins. Unlike Saint Malo though, it was re-built in the modern style of the day (1950-1960). One remarkable fortress remains and...More
Staying in Carhaix-Plougher, my husband and I headed northwest on a gloomy, rainy, windy, cold day. Being relatively intelligent people, you might think that we would have had some idea of what was involved in visiting this museum. Nope, not this time. My husband said,...More
You need plenty of time when visiting the chateau - so much to see, well laid out, great exhibits,and the free audio-guides are very good. We would have liked a souvenir booklet to read up more afterwards, but there was only one in French -...More
This museum offers a "trip" through several centuries; it helps you visualize the way navigators lived, their surroundings including naval decoration, while on another register you witness scenes of dangers through the ominous presence of convicts. The originality of the visit combines inside and outside...More