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MUSÉE PORTUAIRE DE DUNKERQUE
Find out all about life in a large port with a visit to the Dunkirk Musée Portuaire, whose numerous collections are displayed in a former tobacco warehouse, a true example of typical 19th century port architecture.more info
MUSÉE DU DESSIN ET DE L'ESTAMPE ORIGINALE
Created in 1982, this is the only museum in France dedicated to original prints. It displays a permanent collection of prints from the 15th century to the present day.
At the safari park, people of all ages will appreciate the equipment and environment recreating the habitats of over 170 animals - 40 wild and domestic species of French and European wildlife.more info
Navigate around the city ramparts on rowing boats, electric boats and explore the fortifications restored by Vauban.more info
L.A.A.C. LIEU D'ART ET ACTION CONTEMPORAINE
At the Dunkirk "Lieu d'Art et Action Contemporaine" (Place of Contemporary Arts and Action - LAAC), visitors can browse hundreds of paintings, sculptures, drawings and prints.more info
MEMORIAL DU SOUVENIR, CENTRE HISTORIQUE DE LA BATAILLE DE DUNKERQUE ET DE L'OPÉRATION DYNAMO (MAI-JUIN 1940)
The Mémorial du Souvenir (Remembrance Memorial) tells the incredible story of the battle of Dunkirk and the evacuation of over 330,000 allied soldiers from the "Dunkirk pocket" during Operation Dynamo.more info
BEFFROI DE SAINT ÉLOI
Come and climb the 58-metre St Eloi belfry, listed as a World Heritage Site, for a stunning view of the town, port and Flanders.more info
MUSÉE DES BEAUX-ARTS
At the Dunkirk Musée des Beaux-Arts, you will find works that combine traditional and contemporary art, fine arts and science, western art and non-European ethnography.more info
A discovery of the aquatic world around 20 aquariums. Of freshwater to the North Sea, the Red Sea to the Pacific Ocean, is one hundred species that evolves in unique and neat.more info
ANCIENNE PRISON COMMUNALE
Window bars, creaking double oak doors... Nothing much has changed since the 18th century !more info