What to do in Brest when it rains?

Finding an interesting occupation when the weather in Brest is rainy is not always easy. However, there are several places in this city where you can have a good time without getting wet.

Cinemas

For young and old, going to the cinema in bad weather is almost automatic. The Liberté, the Celtic or the Studios are the three complexes that are taken over on rainy days. The Liberté can accommodate up to 2,740 people, less for the other two. The 7th art reconnects with its followers on days when the weather turns bad.

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Rinkla Stadium ice rink

Ice skating in Brest on rainy days is possible. On 1,800 m2 of frozen track, the Rinkla Stadium is a sports ice rink with international standards. Animations, leisure sessions specially planned for the youngest and theme evenings are organized there. The ice rink opens every afternoon of the week, Thursdays and Fridays also in the evening and Sundays also in the morning. Closed in June.

The Oceanopolis

It is a place very popular with tourists when the weather is not good. The downside is that you can find yourself in a three-quarter-hour queue, or even worse, being refused entry to the aquarium just minutes after opening. This is why, for a more comfortable visit, the Océanopolis recommends discovering its park in good weather. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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Fun Gun Paintball

Located in Kergaradec, 3,000 m2 of covered space are dedicated to paintball. You will surely be caught by the festive atmosphere that prevails there. Addressing all styles of public, this leisure activity can be practiced from the age of 12. With its modular play area, it is one of the largest paintball halls in France. Smoke, music and darkness will give you exceptional playing conditions. Fun Gun Paintball in Brest is open every day from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.

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The Navy Museum

The Brest Navy Museum is one of the emblematic places of the city. The oldest monument in the city, with its 17 centuries of history, Brest Castle is home to the Maritime Museum. It is both a center of maritime culture, a museum of art and history, popular traditions, human adventures, science and technology. Open daily from 01/10 to 31/03, from 1:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. and from 01/04 to 30/09, from 10 a.m.

Beaux-arts museum

Located in the heart of the city, rue de la Traverse, the Brest Fine Arts Museum celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2018. It houses an original collection of more than 10,000 pieces, mainly paintings, sculptures and works of art. graphic arts. Its art library, unique in Finistère, allows you to taste the unique experience of “art at home”. Open from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Closed Mondays and Sunday mornings.

Center Foot Kergaradec

Playing football in the rain is not very motivating. Thanks to its covered area of ​​2,700 m2, Center Foot has the solution. With a capacity limited to 40 people per hour, this sports center is made up of 4 5-a-side football pitches and 2 Jorkyball pitches (2-on-2 football). Open Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

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