Brittany is a region of two halves, with its coastal “Armor” and inland “Argoat” areas.
The Brittany Museum in the Champs Libres reveals some of the secrets of the region’s fascinating heritage and culture. This is one of France’s top museums in the areas of ethnology, photography, history, archaeology and decorative arts, with an impressive collection of 2,300 pieces including tools and costumes, a Merovingian sarcophagus and a gold coin featuring Anne of Brittany.
The major milestones in the region’s history are presented through the lens of the daily life of Brittany’s inhabitants, offering a glimpse of the customs and traditions of this colourful region.
> School period: Tuesday to Friday from 12am to 7pm, Saturday and Sunday from 2pm to 7pm. (Closed Mondays and bank holidays)
> School holidays: Tuesday to Friday from 10am to 7pm, Saturday and Sunday from 2pm to 7pm. (Closed Mondays and bank holidays)
> Summer holidays: Tuesday to Friday from 2pm to 7pm, Saturday and Sunday from 2pm to 7pm. (Closed Mondays and bank holidays)
> Metro: Ligne A, Charles de Gaulle station
> Bus: Lignes C1, C2, 11, Champs Libres stop and lignes C3, 12, 54, 55, 56, Charles de Gaulle stop
> Car: Charles de Gaulle underground car park