Musée du vignoble nantais
From plant grafting in the vines to wine tasting
All wine producing stages from cultivating to bottling
The Musée du Vignoble Nantais (Museum of Nantes Vineyards) is nestled in an architecturally daring, half-buried building. 500 objects are on display to demonstrate how Muscadet wine is made.
Sanitary measures : booking recommended
2021: from 15 to 30 June, then from 1 to 14 September: 6 days a week (closed on Saturdays), 10am-6pm. July and August: 7 days a week, 10am-6pm. From 15 September to 10 November: 6 days a week (closed on Saturdays), 2-6pm.
Guided tours every Wednesday during the school holidays at 3:30 pm and every Sunday during the year at 3:30 pm (by reservation).
Allow 1h30 for the visit. Ticket office closes at 5.30pm.
Reduced price granted to children 12-17, students and unemployed.
Free for children under 12.
Pass Nantes card holders : free entrance to the museum and the room Abelard.
For wheelchair users : a helper is advised between the parking and the entrance of the museum.