Hôtel Dubocage, Bléville
1 rue Jérôme Bellarmato 76600 LE HAVRE / Côte d'Albâtre
Famille Plus, Qualité Tourisme
17th century mansion that belonged to the merchant seaman Michel Joseph Dubocage de Bléville. Built in the heart of the Saint François neighbourhood, one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Le Havre, come and visit the ground floor and first floor. On the ground floor, permanent exhibitions regularly make way for temporary exhibitions about the history of Le Havre. On the first floor a room is dedicated to Michel-Joseph Dubocage de Bléville and his son; another one is dedicated to the city at the end of the 19th century when sumptuous buildings, reflecting the success of Le Havre, were built along the large boulevards and busy areas. Guided tour on Sundays at 3.30pm. Free entry.
Mansion of the 17th century which used to be owned by tha navigator Michel Joseph Dubocage de Bléville. The mansion was built in the heart of the Saint François quarter, one of the oldest quarter of Le Havre. Exhibitions linked with the town history. Visit of the reserves on appointment or each last Saturday of the month at 2:00 PM.
History, Maritime, Museum of France, Town museum
Services : Shop
Activities available on site : Junior workshop, Conferences, Specialist conferences, Temporary exhibitions, Specific theme activities
The visit lasts approximately : 45 min
Languages spoken : English
Tours available in : English
Methods of payment : Vouchers, Carte bleue, Postal or bank cheques, Holiday vouchers, Cash