The Maritime Museum is located on the east shore of the Vieux basin and almost next door to the salt cellars. It is housed in the building that was once upon a time church Saint-Etienne, the oldest church in Honfleur, being built in the 14th century. All through the 18th century, it served different purposes, including being a store, theatre,commodity exchange house and customs warehouse until it 1899. It has been the Marine Museum since 1976, designed by the then curator, Pierre Orange. It had contributions from several generations of the Honfleurfolk in the form of ship models, engravings, maps, paintings, plans, etc. The exhibits speak of the ever flourishing sea-faring history of Honfleur. Categorized into five separate themes, the visit is very informative and brings out the best of the marine enthusiast in you.
Entrance Ticket Details For Musee De La Marine
- Child : €2.70
- La maison bleue
- Soc Normande Ethnographie Art Populair
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30.42% of people who visit Honfleur include Musee De La Marine in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
57.33% of people start their Musee De La Marine visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Musee De La Marine
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Musee De La Marine