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Musée de la Pêche, Concarneau
(4.4/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
Cast your sinker in the water at Musée de la Pêche to catch up on ancient fishing methods as well as modern techniques. In the former naval dockyard, view ten boats including the 1984 Commandant Garreau lifeboat and the Hémérica trawler. View a library of over 8,000 digital documents and 18,000 total documents on naval fishing vessels. For Musée de la Pêche and beyond, use our Concarneau vacation generator to get the most from your Concarneau vacation.
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  • Museum very interesting with many models, tools, pictures, etc.. Most visit the ship the Hamerica, which has been restored several times. Don't miss with or without children
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  • Visit with our small children during the school holidays. We spent a good time about 2 hours to experience fishing in the world and evolution. Ways. The life of the fishermen on board the emerica interested a lot boys (6 years). It is a place not to be missed during a visit to Concarneau; more free up to 18 years it's really exceptional!
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  • The course is clear. A lot of models, tools, of canotes. This raises a lot of questions and the time flies, about 2 hours with the visit of the vessel afloat. A visit to interact with kids and teens.
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  • Great place to visit in Concarneau. Cheap entry and loads on offer about the fishing industry and history within Concarneau.
  • STAR: Lots to look at. STAR: Interactive. WISH: They had translations.
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  • Beautiful history and splendor copies of boats and equipment. Also super great to get into the museum boat to have been outside the city walls.
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  • To see if it passes into the closed city, the museum itself is interesting and the fishing boat to visit outside is great.
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