Nantes urban History Museum
Five centuries of history
In the heart of the medieval quarter, the Château des ducs de Bretagne welcomes the Musée d’Histoire de Nantes.
Its scenography offers a walking tour punctuated with 850 objects from its collection as well as interactive multimedia displays that are aesthetic, fun, and educational. The history of the city is told in a seven-part circuit. In the 32nd and final room, the Nantes-based artist Pierrick Sorin offers his portrait of the city by evoking the particular events of our history.
Health measure: masks must be worn by all visitors from the age of 6. The rampart walk is mainly open (not accessible with a wheelchair).
Museum and exhibition : 10am to 6 pm, except Mondays
Last sales from the ticket office half an hour before the closing time
Castle interiors, museum and exhibition:
Admission: €5/€8/ free under 18
Free admission for holders of the Pass Nantes or an annual pass to a museum in Nantes.
1st Sunday of the month from September to June: free
Restaurant les Oubliettes .
Closed (change of ownership)