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World's best wine museum
August 01, 2018
The Cité du Vin succeeds in making a wine museum interesting for young and old alike. This new landmark of Bordeaux is also an architectural marvel and a place to taste wines from all over the world.
 Plants galore at Terra Botanica
June 09, 2020
Europe’s first-ever theme park entirely devoted to plants has opened in Anjou. Showcasing flora from all over the world, it offers to discover every aspect of plant life through fun and educational ac[...]
 Prehistoric hotspot in Limousin
May 30, 2020
In a tiny village in Limousin, a museum tells you everything about Neanderthal man and introduces you to prehistoric life. Nearby, a cave inhabited by thousands of bats and boasting beautiful rock for[...]
 Barefoot walking
May 16, 2020
Renowned for being healthy, barefoot walking is becoming increasingly popular. Several parks have created paths where you can put your feet on various materials and have fun with games related to the [...]
 Bathed in culture at La Piscine
October 10, 2019
Near Lille, there is a stunning Art Deco swimming pool that now houses a museum. In a setting that has remained faithful to the original architecture of the building, works of art are on display, incl[...]
 A museum celebrating Camille Claudel
September 12, 2017
Recently opened in Nogent-sur-Seine, the Camille Claudel museum traces the work and career of this sculptor. It also gives a glimpse of the late 19th century French sculpture.
 Unusual lodgings
June 12, 2016
In the trees, in a lighthouse, in a yurt or a tepee,…. For a few years there’ve been more and more alternatives to the traditional nights in hotels, campgrounds or bed and breakfast. Giving new sensat[...]
 Extraordinary Machines de l’Ile
January 03, 2016
Monumental mechanical structures featuring animals or extraordinary creatures are being designed and built in Nantes : the Machines de l’Ile. Visitors can watch the entire process of their constructio[...]
 Haute-Marne's metallurgical heritage
Mars 21, 2015
An important metallurgical centre since centuries, the Haute-Marne department now has a museum entirely devoted to this activity. Named Metallurgic Park it evokes both the past and the present.
 Lalique Museum’s treasures
November 29, 2013
A jeweller of exceptional gifts and an immense master glassmaker, René Lalique was one of the great designers of Art Nouveau and Art Deco. In Alsace, a museum highlights the many facets of his work as[...]
 De Gaulle and the 20th century
November 03, 2010
General De Gaulle was France’s greatest statesman of the 20th century. A Memorial honouring him just opened in his hometown, Colombey-les-Deux-Eglises. Fitted to young and old alike, it evokes his lif[...]
 Big day in Sainte-Sévère
April 05, 2009
Towards the South of the Berry region is the place where Jacques Tati shot “Jour de Fête”. A brand new museum unveils how this famous film was conceived and behind the scene stories of the shooting. T[...]
 Board games for everyone
February 12, 2009
In these times of electronics and high technology, why not rediscover the pleasure and the friendliness of board games ? Café Oya, in Paris has a choice of hundreds from all over the globe to discove[...]