The medieval castle is the most ancient monument of Brest and hosts the National Marine Museum, where you'll learn more about the history of Marine as you admire masterpieces of naval decoration. You'll also discover Marine expedition La Pérouse, submarines and ships which marked contemporary marine. The National Marine Museum also retraces the story of the French Marine and will make you travel through the 17th century! Only 45 minutes away from Plouescat, take a lovely trip with your family or friends.
Brest's ice rink is the ideal place to have a good time with your family or friends. Enjoy 1800 sqm of ice and don't worry: you'll have more than enough room to enjoy the music!
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Fort Montbarey is a fort dedicated to World War II. This place is now made available for the memorial association, so come discover the history of Finistère during World War II.
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Stop by Fun Park for a great time during your stay in Brest. Try tree-top climbing or paintball, the choice is yours!
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Tour Tanguy or Bastille de Quilbignon is located on a granite block, right in front of the castle of Brest and on the bank of the Penfeld river. This place now hosts historic reconstitutions. You'll also be able to explore the streets of Brest as it used to be.
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Have fun with your friends or family at Brest's Laser Game. Whether you play alone or with a team, you'll need to use strategy to wine!
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This theme park is perfect for the whole family: children an adults will enjoy thrilling rides and all sorts of fun games. Don't hesitate, come to la Récré des 3 Curés for a memorable time during your stay in Brest!
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The Passerelle Centre d'Art Contemporain of Brest is venue where temporary exhibitions are presented. If you're staying in Brest, check the Passerelle's website to get the latest news about exhibitions you could be interested in.