Sadi Carnot shelter
Why take advantage?
Completed in 1943, the Sadi Carnot shelter is one of Brest's underground shelters designed to protect the population during the bombardments of the Second World War. Over 250 m long, it is now a place of remembrance for peace, where you can learn about the lives of the people of Brest during the Occupation.
Entrance every hour.
On Wednesdays in summer, the Sadi Carnot shelter is only open to guided tours, booked in advance at the tourist office.
From September 20 to April 21, the Sadi Carnot shelter is open on reservation for guided tours and/or school visits: reservations by e-mail at email@example.com or by telephone on 02 98 00 80 80.
The Sadi Carnot shelter closes in December/January.