Playful and creative, Nantes has been literally turned upside down by art! Just 30 minutes away from the Atlantic Ocean and at the gateway to Brittany. Drive a little bit more and discover famous seaside resorts such as Pornic, Pornichet or La Baule. Visit its magnificent castle of the Dukes of Brittany, follow the footsteps of Jules Verne and ride on the Grand Elephant at Les Machines de l’île. Stroll in the medieval quarter, enjoy a collection of 30 contemporary artworks displayed in the city and along the Estuary of the Loire!
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The Castle of the dukes of Brittany houses the Nantes History Museum. The former Ducal Palace also holds temporary exhibitions and cultural events all year round. A free-access rampart offers many viewpoints of the fortress and of the city.
The Machines de l’Ile is an artistic, touristic and cultural site in Nantes since 2007. Three major artworks, the Great Elephant, the Merry Go Round of the Marine Worlds and the Spider symbolize doors to the world of dreams and magical journeys.
Built in 1788, the Graslin Theater is an impressive building with an entrance boasting eight Corinthian columns and marble, gold and royal blue velvet inside. It is home to the Opera of Nantes and marks the focal point of the Place Graslin.