This museum is perfect for understanding the history and commercial importance of St-Malo. The buildings themselves, the keep and gatehouse of the Château de St-Malo, add to the experience. Exhibits use artifacts, ship models, and imagery to tell the stories of the city’s most famous citizens—Chateaubriand, Jacques Cartier, and the privateers Duguay-Trouin and Surcouf. A section is reserved for photos of the extensive damage the city incurred during World War II.
Musée d’Histoire de St-Malo
Our Rating Neighborhood Around Town Hours Apr–Sep daily 10am–12:30pm and 2–6pm; Oct–Mar Tues–Sun 10am–noon and 2–6pm Phone 02-99-40-71-57 Prices Admission: 6€ adults, 3€ ages 8–18, free for children 7 and under
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