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Port Museum (Port-Musee), Douarnenez
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Step aboard one of the four boats in the floating outdoor museum, Port Museum (Port-Musee), to learn the maritime history of Europe, Asia, and further abroad. Explore everything from the bridge to the engine room, from the crew’s quarters to the hold. Learn everything boat related from the secret of boat construction from hollowed tree trunks to the dawn of the engine. You can also view the complete collection of antique and contemporary sails. Plan to visit Port Museum (Port-Musee) and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Douarnenez attractions using our Douarnenez vacation builder.
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Grâce au livret-passeport obtenu dans l'un des nombreux musées partenaires dans le Finistère, on accède à un prix réduit (ou gratuit si c'est le 4ème, le 8ème musée...) à différents bateaux et plusieu... read more »Through the passport booklet obtained in one of the many museums in Finistère, access at a reduced price (or free if it's the 4th, the 8th Museum...) to different boats and several rooms. Afloat, on these boats are traced the stories of these rigs through photos. Dock, spaces are dedicated to other boats (Placentia, rescue...) and activities related to the Sea (cannery...). Everything is very educational. Children will be thrilled by an animation which is specially dedicated to them.show original
Aktuell sind 4 Schiffe begehbar, das kostet Eintritt! wir hatten von der Gegenüberliegenden Flussseite vom Spazierweg perfekte Sicht auf die alten Kähne! Hat sich gelohnt4 ships are currently accessible, the entrance fee! We had perfect views of the old barges from the opposite side of the River from the promenade! Was worth itshow original
Douarnenez est une ville plutôt ingrate , peu attirante et où il est difficile de circuler , mais ce musée vaut de faire un effort . Le musée intérieur est attrayant et montre bien ce qu'était la vie ... read more »Douarnenez is a rather thankless, uninviting town and where it is difficult to move, but this museum is worth making an effort. The Museum interior is attractive and illustrates what was life at sea and those of the workers of the canneries. The Museum port, even if there is currently four boats visible, is very interesting. Certainly, the explanations are not always sufficient. We should also point out to visitors that some parts of the boats are difficult to access (the machine of the tug, for example).show original
Aurore MarchandMuseum really interesting and entertaining my two children of 6 and 16 years have enjoyed. The boats are magnificent. A leaflet is handed to children so that they can answer questions about the Museum.show original
Benoit PhuezVery interesting, and fairly quiet Museum. Nice tourshow original
Pointe de PenmarchWe recommend the exhibition "in the wake of Sindbad", who did not like to read the adventures of Sinbad the sailor, a true feast for the eyes.show original
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