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Unique architecture and fully restored

Very interesting although I actually preferred the Duchess of Anne house which is also open for... read more

Reviewed 1 July 2018
Jasmine101Surrey
,
Surrey
via mobile
A museum!

Actually this was a museum we discovered after entering. It contains a lovely collection of... read more

Reviewed 8 June 2018
Torger B
,
Copenhagen, Denmark
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9 Grand rue, 29600 Morlaix, France
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Reviewed 1 July 2018 via mobile

Very interesting although I actually preferred the Duchess of Anne house which is also open for visits because it is managed by the guy who owns it and he has lots if stories and info to share. However this house enables you to see it...More

Thank Jasmine101Surrey
Reviewed 8 June 2018

Actually this was a museum we discovered after entering. It contains a lovely collection of exhibits showing how this town grew on making flax products from the surrounding fields.

Thank Torger B
Reviewed 9 October 2017

This old half-timbered house in Grand Rue literally translates as a house with inner galley and spiral staircase. As one winds one’s way up the old wooden staircases covering four floors one travels through time and learns how the merchants’ house was segregated into various...More

1  Thank Norfolktraveller77
Reviewed 26 July 2016

Just viewing the wooden spiral staircase in this historic home museum is worth the admission. But climb up those stairs (not so difficult) and you'll be treated to a very interesting series of presentations on the history of linen and sail making, the source of...More

Thank AvuncularAmerican
Reviewed 15 March 2016

It is interesting to discover the reasons behind the various methods of construction. It is worth reading the information or having the guided tour, otherwise one doesn't really appreciate.

Thank MapiMat
Reviewed 7 October 2015

Most interesting merchant's house over four floors, complete with privvies and good summaries. Combine it with the town museum for joint ticket.

2  Thank embleton07
Reviewed 30 May 2014

Well worth a visit, you get a discount ticket if you take in the Musee des Jacobins as well which often has excellent art exhibitions.

1  Thank Douglas B
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seymoub
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Response from Maria M |
Apparently it is opened the 1st sunday of every month throughout the year and 7 days a week during July, August & September
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