There is little to suggest from the kerb side quite what may lie inside the museum at St Malo (next door to the Town Hall building).
I seem to find myself saying this regularly about many historic attractions, but there is a need to climb and descend many stair to get access to much of the museum building so consider this ahead of your visit if you have DDA requirements, and check (as I didn't notice) to see if there are lifts or 'shortcuts' that can be taken.
St Malo is obviously a coastal town, and has a rich history of maritime activity. Much of this is captured in terms of the content of the museum in terms of artefacts, statues, and paintings. It's quite a diverse mix of memorabilia across a number of rooms within the museum.
Once you've seen the museum you head up a long spiral staircase to the top of the museum where there are some magnificent views of the town of St Mao and the surrounding bay.
Value for money wise, very good. Probably more adult orientated than children, and allow 2 hours if you want to do it in detail.
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