Musee De BretagneCurrently Closed
- Address: Les Champs Libres, 10 Course of the Allies, 35000 Rennes, France
- Timings: 12:00 pm - 09:00 pm Details
- Phone: +33-223406600
- Ticket Price: 5 EUR
- Tags: Museum, History Museum, Tourist Center, Family And Kids
Musee De Bretagne - Review
This history and ethnography museum was begun in 1794, when confiscations and spoils from the Revolution were moved from place to place, in search for a permanent home. Today, it’s 200,000 objects and about 400,000 negatives and prints make up an incredibly rich collection. The permanent exhibit spans from the prehistoric age to WWII. The presentation is excellent! The temporary exhibits have two spaces, and they usually are very insightful. Do not miss.
Musee De Bretagne Ticket Prices
- Ask to see if you qualify for the EUR 3 reduced price.
- Free for under 8.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Musee De Bretagne
63.37% of people who visit Rennes include Musee De Bretagne in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
44.44% of people start their Musee De Bretagne visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Musee De Bretagne
76.47% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Musee De Bretagne
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Musee De Bretagne, Rennes Reviews
Even allowing for us being foreign visitors, the museum was poor. I do not feel in any educated about Brittany other than its physical development through the ice age and some tomb layouts.
Nicer than expected!
Went here to see prehistoric finds and was not dissapointed. They do try to give attention to the whole history of Brittany until present day, so it was not that much. The big chunks of text are translated in English, so thanks for that as well! Beautiful museum with way much more going on then what we had time and energy for.
Très joli musée avec un parcours en courbes. Possibilité de déjeuner et de revenir. Petites brochures pour un parcours enfant.
Musée très intéressant sur l'histoire de la Bretagne! Plusieurs événements y sont organisés tout au long de l'année. A visiter absolument (au moins une fois) que l'on réside à Rennes ou que l'on soit visiteur.