Brest - school workshops Visits - collection

Workshops 7-12 years - 2h

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The school offers is developed based on different cycles, from kindergarten to university. The visits in connection with the teaching of the history of art are indicated by the symbol

Vauban and the defense of the harbor

In small groups, supporting materials, students discover the work of Vauban in Brest and surroundings. The engineer, appointed to the fortification of Brittany, is to prepare a defense plan for the harbor and the arsenal of Brest during his first stay in Brittany, 1683 ...

Vauban and the defense of the harbor

Laperouse: a shipping Enlightenment

In small groups, instructions and supporting documentation, students put themselves in the shoes of a Member of
the crew and lead the investigation into the conduct of the expedition through six themed, preparations until the archaeological excavations at the site of the sinking. At the end of the workshop, they recreate the incredible journey of La Perouse and his companions left Brest to fulfill the dream of a king.

Did you hear from Mr. de Laperouse?

Industrial expansion in Brest

In small groups and with documents, students will discover how the city of Brest reflects industrial expansion in the nineteenthe century France. While they imagine the lives of the convicts, students discover the demographic and industrial development of the city. Finally, the swing bridge and steam cruiser Laperouse symbolize the technological advances of the nineteenthe century.

Industrial expansion in Brest

Brest - Teachers

Very nice collection of works witness the great naval adventure of the arsenal of Brest and the French navy.

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Brest - Practical Information

Open daily from 10 / 02 to 31 / 03: 13 h 30 - 18 h 30, except Tuesdays (except school holidays zone B)

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Brest - narrated tours School collection

Visits storytelling for 3-6 years - 1h
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Brest - School Tours - collection

Guided tours for 7-18 years - 1h30
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