Dunkirk Tourist Office
rue de l’Amiral Ronarc’h
Tel: 00 (0)3 28 66 79 21
Open: 9am – 12.30pm and 1.30pm to 6.30pm Monday to Saturday and 2-4pm Sunday. No midday closure during July and August
Head for the 13th century belfry the oldest monument in the town. This free standing Gothic style structure is home to the tourist office and from there you can catch the lift to take you up 58 metres to the 5th floor then a staircase of 60 steps takes you the rest of the way up. The views from here are amazing. It’s 48 bells ring out a song that remembers the town’s most famous privateer, Jean Bart, every 15 minutes. Entry: 3 euros and you get a leaflet describing the various landmarks.
To get there turn right just past Jean Bart Square into rue de l’Amiral Ronarc’h, a road named after the youngest French Admiral ever – Pierre Ronarc’h and you’ll see it opposite of the St-Eloi church.
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Tel: 00 33 (0)3 28 26 27 89
Get Your City Pass at The Tourist Office
The City Pass is valid for three days and offers free or discounted access to 21 attractions, museums, a boat trip of the port, free public transport and sports and leisure facilities as well as a 5 euro shopping voucher.
The pass costs 12 euros for adults and 6 euros for kids. One child under 7 can go free with an adult city pass holder.