For their 38th edition, the European Heritage Days have for theme “Heritage for all”, thus placing “emphasis on the accessibility of our heritage, with routes adapted to all audiences and special attention paid to people with disabilities”, indicates Roselyne Bachelot, Minister of the culture.
This edition has, of course, a special character, the cultural places having experienced a long period of closure during the past year.
Full of entertainment
In Brittany, countless sites will be accessible these Saturday and Sunday. For example, in the Briochine region, it will be possible to discover the Douvenant viaduct, in Langueux, or La Passerelle, the national stage of Saint-Brieuc.
In the Brest sector, the naval base will offer, in particular, a visit to the mine hunter L’Aigle and the schooner La Belle-Poule. And, in a completely different area, a guided tour of the Cinémathèque will be organized.
And all the activities are to be discovered on our evolving menu: