Once a castle of the French monarchy, the Château des ducs de Bretagne is now a place to learn about Nantes' importance in French history. Find out about the crucial role the city played in WWI and WWII.
You can now enter the former residence of the dukes of Brittany and explore the castle grounds, or walk through 32 rooms to unravel the past. Each room is a glimpse into fragments of France's past, from the French slave trade to the aristocracy, and famous wars.
Reduced prices for teachers, visitors between 18 and 25, and tickets booked one hour before closing time available onsite.