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Musee des Terre-Neuvas et de la Peche

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Address: 27 boulevard Albert 1er, 76400 Fecamp, France
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+33 2 35 28 31 99
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Museum focusing on the boats and fishing traditions linking Fecamp with...

Museum focusing on the boats and fishing traditions linking Fecamp with Terra-Neuva/Terre-Neuve/Newfoundland. Museum contains many models of ships and fishing boats as well as exhibits covering the history of fishing on the Grand Banks and the North Atlantic.

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Mildly interesting, 20 minutes and you're done

The museum is located on 2 levels with a old fishing boat in the center. As interest levels go, this one is quite low. You really need to be interested in commercial fishing, and... read more

3 of 5 bubblesReviewed 29 March 2013
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Normandy, France
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 15 July 2013

Art lovers, don't miss going to the Musée des Terre-Neuvas with its exhibition about a XIXth Century pastellist, Prins. Prins was an impressionist and liked to sketch the sea, the fields, the sky in Normandy. He was Manet's friend. The exhibition is on one level and well displayed. You will be nicely welcome and children are given a booklet to... More 

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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 29 March 2013

The museum is located on 2 levels with a old fishing boat in the center. As interest levels go, this one is quite low. You really need to be interested in commercial fishing, and even if you are, you'll not find that much information. The museum itself is nicely built, but they'll move to a new building later this year.... More 

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 4 April 2011

There was so much to interest all the family and it has a great collection of marine art and artefacts from the Normandy area. Well displayed exhibits and plenty of space. It's in a great location near the beach at Fecamp, with good cafes and restaurants nearby. Moderate entry fee but was free on Sundays during 2010 but check up... More 

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