Stay on board: it continues ...

The National Maritime Museum at your place: a daily and original program on social networks



Since March 16 and the announcement of confinement, the National Maritime Museum has set up a special daily program on these social networks entitled "Stay at
edge: the sea invites itself to your place! "

Every day, like a TV program schedule, the museum offers specific thematic meetings, for all audiences, around the maritime world. This content, which is sometimes educational, fun or recreational, is part of the cultural offer of museums with #culturecheznous, as well as the other hashtags offering cultural content at home.

With the relaxation of confinement, the National Maritime Museum is adapting its program but continues to offer daily original content on its social networks until June 27. Thus, it offers new thematic meetings every day around its collection, educational resources, fun activities and always inspiring ideas around maritime cultures.

In addition, exceptional events will be offered, such as online and live meetings or roundtables with guests.

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Facebook: @museemarineParis Twitter: @museemarine / Instagram: @museemarie_paris / Youtube : museemarine

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Ask the new program until June 27, 2020!


Every day at 10 p.m.
Monday: "The mystery object"
To start the week off right, can you recognize the “Mystery object” from our collections? Do your research and give us your answers! and at 14 p.m., the mystery object is revealed thanks to the museum's teams who tell you more about the often overlooked history of these pieces from our collection from our sites in Brest, Paris, Port-Louis, Rochefort and Toulon.
at FB, Instagram et Twitter

Tuesday : "Behind the scenes of history"
Each week, the National Maritime Museum tells you a little-known story that hides behind its walls or in connection with objects from its collection. funny or epic, funny or scary, discover these stories and go behind the scenes of the history of the museum.
Public chat FB, Twitter et the blog

Wednesday : "The sea with the family"

The museum teams offer educational or fun content to discover with the family to create, have fun, learn and better understand the sea and its stories.
Public chat FB et Twitter

Thursday : "Take off! "
From ancient canoes to caravels, from great discoveries to exploring the poles, take off to discover the history of navigation through its first navigators.
Public chat FB, Twitter et Youtube

Friday : "Marine Challenge"

Like the Getty museum challenge, the national museum is launching a challenge to its internet users: recreating paintings and objects from its collection every week… using the means at hand! Museum officials lead by example to stimulate your imagination. and it will also be an opportunity to learn more about the selected objects from our collection.

Public chat FB et Twitter


Every afternoon at 18 p.m.

"The council of the seas"

To end the day, the museum offers external resources around the maritime theme, to watch or listen to escape while staying at home.

Public chat FB et Twitter

Every Saturday

"Weekend stops"

Fun activities and cultural recommendations to do at home for the weekend. find exclusive content, often thematic, designed by the teams of the National Maritime Museum.

Public chat FB, Twitter et Youtube

Stay on board / submarines

Stay on board - sea monsters

Stay on board - naval battles


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