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Mont Saint-Michel: 4 Museums Entry Pass

1. Mont Saint-Michel: 4 Museums Entry Pass

A visit to the four museums of Mont Saint-Michel lift the veil on the great men, mysteries, secrets and legends of this unique place. Discover the mysterious story of Mont Saint-Michel through visiting its 4 museums.  The first, the Maritime Museum where you can discover the biggest tides in the world and the Mont Saint-Michel major environmental project. After, you will visit the Historical Museum Sound and Light. Here, you will learn about the monks who built the Abbey and the prisons of Mont Saint-Michel. You can visit the special exhibits such as the collection of ancient weapons, medieval instruments of torture, the body sucked down into the quicksand, louis XI's iron cage and the oubliettes. Then, you will visit the historic house of Bertrand Du Guesclin, a Breton knight and French military commander during the 14th century, and his wife, Tiphaine de Raguenel, a famous astrologist who used to read the destiny of the world in the stars. Here, you can visit special exhibits viewing period furniture, a bridal chamber, a medieval chastity belt, armor worn by Bertrand du Guesclin and Tiphaine de Raguenel's study. The last museum is the Archeoscope, which reveals the mysterious history of Mont Saint-Michel. An unforgettable experience in a timeless setting at the crossroads of history and legend. This unique show uses highly sophisticated technology to enthrall you in the world of magic and religion.  These museums will perfectly complete your visit of Mont Saint-Michel.

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What people are saying about Granville

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 306 reviews

Visited this special location at the end of June. In terms of crowds, fine to do and we deliberately went after noon. The 4 Museums are nice to book with and these are small but informative. Food is affordable and of excellent quality and don't forget to walk through the "shopping street" because the waiting times for a table are much shorter or even non-existent further uphill. Walking is a long way from the car parking so take the shuttles then you have enough energy to climb all those stairs.

Was a nice day on Mont Saint Michel.

You should come in the morning, the day trippers come from 12 noon and it gets really crowded.

Very useful the tickets purchased on the internet. We avoid waiting, especially at the abbey

Interesting and something different to see and do while on the island.

We did the tours without guides and we had a lot of fun