Musee National De La Marine Toulon, Toulon
About Musee National De La Marine Toulon, Toulon
Musee National De La Marine Toulon, Toulon - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Place Monsenergue - Quai de Norfolk, 83000 Toulon, France
Ticket Price: 6 EUR
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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Museum, Educational Site, Family And Kids, Exhibition , Specialty Museum
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This historical and naval museum presents exhibits showcasing the development of the Toulon Port. Most of the collection revolves around model ship of vessels from the 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. Other than that the highlights are:
- Naval painting
- Naval weaponry and uniforms
- Marine instruments
- The imperial canoe of Napolean
- Exhibits on Toulon’s role of power in the Franco-Russian alliance
Musee National De La Marine Toulon Information
- Parking: Place d'Armes, Freedom Square.
- Free audio guide available.
- Free for under 6 years of age.
How To reach Musee National De La Marine Toulon by Public Transport
- Bus: 7 - 23 to 40 - U (for university) - Stop Prefecture Maritime
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Musee National De La Marine Toulon, Toulon Reviews - Write a Review
The National Museum of the Marine Toulon is a great and educational way to spend an afternoon out of the heat. The exhibition was very informative and there were lots of different items on display, so it never got boring. I learned a lot about naval engineering at Toulon! An audio guide of your language of choice was included in the admission free, and the explanations were thorough. The only reason I do not give the museum five stars is that the item descriptions are only in French, and at least English as an additional language would be nice as well. The audio guide only covers selected exhibits and there were many items with French labels which I could not quite understand. I would have loved to to understand everything.
Really good muesem, only downside is that I think their should be more exhibits for the modern fleet. Lots of history though and it's great. It's free for anyone under 26, but if you are older it costs 6 euros, which is worth it.
Very nice museum. Great walking tour radio. Cheap admission.
Awesome museum! We were on a cruise, and it was very easy to get to. So interesting, and had audio tours in many languages. We had a blast, even though we were pretty exhausted.
Great little maritime museum with rich history. They have a couple of huge models of ships that were used for training purposes back in the day. Lots to see!