Health Pass

As of 21 July, in accordance with French Decree No. 2021-955 of 19 July 2021, a health pass must be presented in order to access the Marinarium de Concarneau.

Exemption will be granted for 12-17 year olds until 30 August. This obligation does not apply to children under 12 years of age.

Visitors who purchased a ticket before 21 July and who do not meet the health requirements can request an exchange or a refund of their ticket.

To ensure the safety of all visitors and staff, wearing a mask remains obligatory in indoor spaces and queues. It is recommended in outdoor spaces.

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Scientific drawing lessons in the Concarneau Marine Station © MNHN

Teaching

The Concarneau Marine Station is the ideal setting for courses, internships, trainings and conferences for university students, professionals, participants in citizen science, naturalists or the general public.

Teaching is an important part of the activity of the station with lectures, practical work and field courses offered as part of university courses (e.g. Master's degree of Sorbonne Universities and the Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle).

Several training courses are also offered to professionals such as fishing observers, maritime affairs officials and other government agents (PNMI, etc.), consulting firms, university lecturers, Ifremer executives, secondary school teachers, etc.

The provision of laboratories and practical work rooms allows the reception of French and foreign students under the best conditions. The diversity of marine and coastal habitats and the diversity of species present in our region form an undeniable asset for field trips. The station's premises (conference room, practical work room, small meeting rooms) are also ideal for summer schools, conferences, meetings, workshops and conferences. The station also has fibre optics for its Internet connections and WiFi terminals.

Teaching in the Concarneau Marine Station © MNHN
Teaching in the Concarneau Marine Station © MNHN
Discovery of the foreshore © MNHN
Scientific drawing lessons in the Concarneau Marine Station © MNHN