Discovery of the city to Nantes - France
Le Voyage à Nantes is a permanent offer: a "dispersed monument" stretching over 20 kilometres. A green line drawn on the ground leads all year round from a work signed by a great artist of today to a remarkable element of heritage, from the "must-sees" of the destination to little-known treasures, from a historic alleyway to contemporary architecture, from a surprising viewpoint on the city to an incredible sunset on the estuary.
Following in the footsteps of Claude Ponti, Pedro and Johann Le Guillerm, Jean Jullien is taking his turn in the Jardin des Plantes for this summer season 2020. Far from being his first time in Nantes, the artist is known... Voir plus
This boat nestled in the center of Nantes on the banks of the Erdre welcomes you for a drink on the terrace with some tapas and a superb view. A heron could well point the tip of its nose if you are careful!
It is al... Voir plus
After more than two centuries of existence, the Nantes Art Museum finds itself at the dawn of a new era. Beyond heritage rehabilitation, Sophie Lévy, director-curator, wants to make this new museum a lively and accessible... Voir plus
A must-see in Nantes! Not to be missed, the Passage Pommeraye takes you on a journey out of time.
This passage, inaugurated in 1843, owes its name to a young notary, Louis Pommeraye, who dreamed of transforming an un... Voir plus
At the HAB Galerie bookstore, you will find a wide selection of contemporary books and objects by French designers. Discover works on the artists exhibited, photography, architecture, graphic design, comics, children's boo... Voir plus
Les Machines de l'île is a completely new artistic project. Born from the imagination of François Delaroziere and Pierre Orefice, it is situated at the crossroads of the "invented worlds" of Jules Verne, the mechanical uni... Voir plus
For Nantes, Tadashi Kawamata designed Belvédère de l'Hermitage. The structure, made of wood, opens with a long, narrow footbridge, slightly sloping and enclosed by high palisades, which offers a framed perspective on the s... Voir plus