Once you have visited the Photography Museum, it’ll be crystal clear that no one loved photography as much as Tristan Bréville. Everything you see in the museum, right from the negatives to framed portraits is all a labor of his love, if you will! Upon entering the cottage, that’s been transformed into a museum, the photographer’s wife, Madame Marie Noelle Bréville, will greet you and so begins your journey of seeing Mauritius through the eyes of Tristan Bréville. Many of the major events that shaped Mauritian history like the arrival of the Indian immigrants, ancient cinema projectors and the first photo ever clicked on the island of Mauritius will be seen here. This museum is a result of a family’s efforts to preserve several memories of the island country.
Entrance Ticket Details For Photography Museum
- Adults 150 MUR
- Students 100 MUR
- No entrance fee for children under 12
How to Reach Photography Museum
- Victoria Square (Bus Stop)
- Lambic (International cuisine)
- Blacksteers (Barbeque recommended)
- Namaste (Indian cuisine)
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57.79% of people who visit Port Louis include Photography Museum in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
76.16% of people start their Photography Museum visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
1 Hr 30 Minutes
People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Photography Museum
86.36% of people prefer walking in order to reach Photography Museum