Family and Kids in Morlaix

Looking out for what can you do with kids and family in Morlaix? Here are the things that you should not miss out on a family vacation with kids, toddlers, or babies. Discover the ultimate places for kids in Morlaix, be it water parks, theme parks, or playgrounds. Children will have fun, learn new things, get good food and will not get bored in long queues. Keep reading to know about awesome places and activities to enjoy with your kids in Morlaix.
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Let's explore our list of kid-friendly attractions in Morlaix for perfect family outings and getaways.

  1. Visit to experience unparalleled fun for kids
    Viaduct

    Family and Kids

    From the tourist office, ask for directions up to the middle level of the Viaduct of Morlaix. You can’t go right up to the top, but this is a good enough spot from which to reminisce about its history. This great granite structure was built in the mid 19th century to help link Paris to Brest by train. It’s 292 metres long, 58 metres high, and it soars majestically over Morlaix. That...Read more
  2. A place for children with all kinds of interests
    Cairn Of Barnenez

    Family and Kids

    This awe-inspiring megalithic mausoleum isn’t just Europe’s largest… it’s also the oldest in the world. 75 metres long and 25 metres wide, the mausoleum holds two burial chambers – one from 4500 years ago, and another that was added a few centuries later. It’s not allowed to actually go into the cairn’s interior passages. There is evidence that the civ...Read more
  3. A guaranteed fun space for the kids
    Chateau Du Taureau

    Family and Kids

    This imposing island fort was built in 1542 to protect the Bay of Morlaix from the marauding British. It has since been used as a stronghold, a prison, a Nazi base, a resort and even a sailing school. This lively history led to it being declared a national monument, and it is now a tourist favourite. The best way to get to the fort is by boat from Carantec. These trips don’t sail every da...Read more
  4. Amazing Morlaix attraction for kids
    Jacobin Convent And Museum Of Fine Arts

    Family and Kids

    This erstwhile Jocobin monastery is technically the oldest religious build in town. However, it’s been serving as an art museum for almost a hundred years now. Most of its collection focuses on the modern and contemporary. There are also examples of religious sculpture, 17th-19th century painting, archaeology and photography. Another interesting collection is of silverwork.
  5. Can keep your kids busy for days
    Maison Dite De La Duchesse Anne

    Family and Kids

    This beautiful half-timbered townhouse in the heart of Morlaix was probably built in the early 16th century. Its architecture is a striking example of the Renaissance lantern house: an interior covered courtyard that lets in a well of light into the building. The façade and the interior are ornately decorated. Especially beautiful are the staircase and the fireplace. Its design was so po...Read more
  6. Perfect for kids day out in Morlaix
    Musee Du Loup Or Wolf Museum

    Family and Kids

    This may be the only museum of its kind in France, may be the world – A museum dedicated to the mysterious wolf. Upto a hundred years ago, many packs of this fascinating animal roamed these forests. The museum, through its various exhibits teaches you about its behaviour, human interactions, and feeding and hunting habits. It makes you aware of the creature’s role in the environment...Read more
  7. Fun place to go for kids
    Old Town

    Family and Kids

    The historical centre of Morlaix is renowned for mainly for the streets that wind through brightly painted half-timbered houses. But while you’re ambling along these pretty streets, also keep an eye out for: The great pink-granite viaduct. The Church of Saint Melaine – 15th century church containing some artwork and sculptures. The hill at Venelle aux Prêtres and Venelle du C...Read more
  8. A cool place to see with kids
    Abbaye Du Relec (Relec Abbey)

    Garden

    Built in 1132, Romanesque abbey hosted Cisterian monks right up to the French Revolution. It was famous for its clever hydraulic-irrigation system that would water the gardens and pump water through the buildings. Today, you’ll see: A Romanesque church Ruins of cloisters A pathway that winds through trees, around two lakes and some really old gardens. A monumental 18th century fountain A...Read more