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Castle of Brest

Castle of Brest

Once owned by Richard II of England, the castle is the city’s foremost landmark. The castle has more than 1,700 years of history and still serves as a military fortress today.
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Océanopolis

One of the largest Ocean Discovery Parks in Europe, the Océanopolis has four pavilions – polar, temperate, tropical and biodiversity – that tell the story of the sea.
Naval Museum

Naval Museum

This is a branch of the Naval Museum of Paris, home to an impressive collection of model replica ships from French fleets and paintings with nautical themes.
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The Tanguy Tower

A must-see attraction - the Tanguy Tower houses a collection of various exhibits including artefacts and maps that recount the history of Brest.
The Montbarey Memorial

The Montbarey Memorial

Brest provided the Memorial Association with the fort to create a museum telling the history of the Finistère during the Second World War. All together it consists of five forts.
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The National Botanical Reserve of Brest

The National Botanical Reserve of Brest has around 1,700 endangered species of plant are grown and cultivated in the reserve’s greenhouses. It is dedicated to protect and grow endangered species from around the world.
Recouvrance, Lambézellec, Saint-marc and Saint-pierre Quilbignon

Recouvrance, Lambézellec, Saint-marc and Saint-pierre Quilbignon

These are four pretty suburbs of Brest that offer open areas for relaxing walks, along with fine restaurants. It is ideal places to go to for short excursions. Why not bring a picnic and enjoy in one of the parks?
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Museum of Fine Art

The Museum of Fine Art houses over 300 works of art from the 16th century, including many notable pieces, which were gathered after the building was rebuilt. It is located in central Brest.
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