Port Museum (Musee Portuaire)

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Overview

The Port museum 1,600 square meters (over 17,000 square feet) is actually 1 museum, 3 ships and 1 lighthouse. The story covers four centuries of history of the privateer town and its harbor. The collection includes 500 items (models, videos, paintings, and other items).

Country

France, Northern France

Approx. Duration

3 – 4 Hours

Accessibility Level

Accessibility Level – Medium

Flights & Accommodations

Local Currency

Euro

Price Level

Min. Price

From: € 7.50


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General Info

Address

9 Quai de la Citadelle, 59140 Dunkerque, France

Estimated Duration

3 – 4 hours

Spoken Languages

France (formal), English spoken by most of the population

Electricity

220V

Local Currency

Euro

Recommended Age Groups

Teens, Seniors

Price


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Additional Information

The museum is accessible for wheelchairs. It is not possible to go on board of the ships with a wheelchair

Visually impaired can have audioguide in English.


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