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Musée de la Gare de Guiscriff

Living museum, History, Professions / trades, Children's museum, Transport, Museum at Guiscriff

5 Full-fare
  • Beside the Green Way n°7 Concarneau-Roscoff, Guiscriff Sation has been restored and converted into a cultural and tourist event centre, ready to welcome you to find out about its railway heritage. Come and discover the train museum, exhibitions and more.

  • The former train station of Guiscriff, renovated and transformed into a museum in 2008 is a unique place in Brittany, in the neighbourhood of the Voie Verte n°7 connecting Concarneau and Roscoff. It now hosts a museum (renovated in 2018) dedicated to the history of the breton railroad. On site: cafeteria, bookstore, campsite, escape-game room, mongolian yurte (for up to 6 persons), bike rental. Also available: connection for campers. Guided tours upon reservation and animations organized...
    The former train station of Guiscriff, renovated and transformed into a museum in 2008 is a unique place in Brittany, in the neighbourhood of the Voie Verte n°7 connecting Concarneau and Roscoff. It now hosts a museum (renovated in 2018) dedicated to the history of the breton railroad. On site: cafeteria, bookstore, campsite, escape-game room, mongolian yurte (for up to 6 persons), bike rental. Also available: connection for campers. Guided tours upon reservation and animations organized all year long. Program, information and reservation by phone or online: www.lagaredeguiscriff.com
  • Access

    • Public transport  :  arrêt bus TBK, place de l'église at 1 km
  • Environment

    • Near a hiking trail  :  Véloroute n° 7 (Concarneau-Roscoff)
    • Dans un bourg  :  Guiscriff at 1 km
    • In the country
  • Spoken languages

    • English
Rates

Payment methods

  • Debit cards
  • Postal or bank cheques
  • Cash
  • Rates
  • Base rate - full rate adult
    5 €
  • Children's rate
    3.50 €
  • Free
  • Base rate - full rate adult
    7 €
  • Group rate
    4 €
Openings

Openings

  • From April 1, 2020 until October 31, 2020
  • From December 19, 2020 until January 3, 2021