Brest at 18th century, the largest port in the world [coupled visit]

National Marine Museum and Museum of Fine Arts

Saturday 5 October 16h00, coupled visit Brest at 18th century, the largest port of the world

Programming 2019
  • Saturday 05 of 16:00 à 17:30

Under the gaze of artists witnessing the heyday of the port

© National Marine Museum / LLL

At the end of the nineteenth century, Brest is considered the largest port in the world, including artists like Louis-Nicolas Van Blarenberghe and the Ozanne brothers were witnesses. The discovery of the collections of the National Gallery of Fine Arts and the National Museum of the Navy takes you to the peak of the activity of the port.

The route starts at the Musée des Beaux-Arts and continues at the Musée de la Marine.

Useful information

Wednesday 10 July - 16h00
Saturday 5 October - 16h00

Duration: 1h30.

Within the limit of available seats

See you at the Brest Museum of Fine Arts

Brest - Practical Information

Exceptional closure of the 30 Museum September at 17 October included

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Visits to Brest

Narrated, family, nocturnal, theatrical visits from Tuesday October 22
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Programming in Brest - 2019

Individual Program groups
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