Museums: Cotes d'Armor
La Musee du Rail
Collection of miniture and model train sets, rails and stations; posters, toys and a shop. At Gare de Dinan.
Musee des Arts et des Traditions Populaire
Museum showing the history of he regional life of Cancale: fishing, clothing, homes shown with models and audio-visual demonstrations. At Cancale.
Chapelle de Locmaria
The chapel, which stands in the cemetery, contains a fine 16c rood screen adorned with coloured wooden statues of the Apostles on one side. Situated half a mile towards Tregrom and up an uphill road to the right. Located at Belle Isle en Terre (22).
Musee de la Boule Bretonne
Situated at Place du Champ au Roy, Guingamp (22). This exhibition covers the history and evolution of boules, from granite to synthetic.
Eglise de Brelevenez
Situated at place de Brelevenez, Lannion. This Church was built by the Templars in the 12th century and remodelled in the Gothic period. The bell tower is crowned by a granite spire and dates from the 15th century. Open Sat and Sun:14:00 -18:00.
Le Musee Du Coquillage
Situated at 38 rte de Treguier, Lezardrieux (22). Shell museum with gift shop, open April to November.
Based at rue de la Briqueterie, Les Greves this exhibition is dedicated to the activities of the people of the Bay of St Brieuc, including fishermen and market gardeners. There is a reconstructed railway wagon and engine.
Exposition du Chateau de St Ilan: Exhibition of Electric Tra...
Based at 6 avenue Achille de Clezieux, St Brieuc (22). This is a permanent exhibition on electric trains (full-size ones). The shop has model trains and cars for sale. Open throughout the year.
Eglise de Ploumilliau
Based at Ploumilliau (22). This 17th century church contains 13 wooden panels, carved and polychrome illustrating scenes from the life of Christ - Last Supper, the Passion and the Resurrection. Also a portrayal of Ankou often mentioned in Breton legend
Abbaye Maritime De Beauport
Founded by Count Alain of Goelo in 1202. For 6 centuries, the Canons of Beauport constructed this Abbey, showing architecture both elegant and functional with gardens of roses, fig trees and apple orchards. Open Sat. and Sun. from 10:00 - 18:30. (22).
Cite des Telecoms
The "Cite des Telecoms" based at Site de Cosmopolis (22) is the largest European centre devoted entirely to telecommunications. Learn more about this subject with its interactive room. There are treasure hunts, activities and shows in the Rad
Musée Régional des Métiers
Discover work skills from the last century at this former tannery. Guided tour, exhibitions and demonstrations. At 1,rue du Moulin, La Cheze. May/June/September from 14:00 to 18:00, except Saturday. July/August from 10:00 to 12:00 and 14:00 to 18:00.
Chapelle Saint-Lubin (Kergrist-Moëlou)
On the church square stands a Calvary (1578) with around 100 figures in Kersanton granite, which became damaged during the French Revolution and replaced haphazardly. The chapel has a twin transept and stained glass windows. Based at Kergrist Moelo (22
Musée du Costume
Costume Museum displaying a traditional house of Goëlo-Trégor. At rue Raymond Pellier, Paimpol. Open from 01/07 to 31/08, every day from 10:30 to 12:50 and 14:30 to 18:00.
Musee dArt et dHistoire
Covering the history and traditions of Brittany, situated at Musee D Art Et D Histoire De Saint-Brieuc, rue des Lyceens-Martyrs, St Brieuc (22). Open Wednesday to Saturday from 10:00 - 18:00 and Sundays from 14:00 - 18:00. Free admission.
The House of Granite - Ti Ar Men
The house of granite (ti ar men) is in front of the church. This museum traces the saga of stonemasons in the area of Bulat - Pestivien. Open in July and August every afternoon except Monday. The rest of the year, tours of groups by appointment.