There is plenty of activities in Nantes, here is a list of some things you could do while visiting
Les Machines de l'Ile
The visit of the Machines of the Island plunges you into a dreamlike world that Jules Verne and Leonardo da Vinci would certainly have appreciated. The former Nantes shipyard district on the banks of the Loire has been invaded by strange creatures. To discover the three worlds of the Machines de l'île in Nantes, allow half a day. Between the Gallery of Machines, the Carousel of the Marine Worlds, and the Grand Elephant trip, you won't see the hours pass.
Le Jardin de l'Ile de Versailles
Place of relaxation and leisure since its development, the island of Versailles was originally a marsh. The heart of the island is home to a Japanese-inspired tea garden. It reveals to the walker landscape paintings that are renewed step by step and over the seasons. The landscape recreated and structured by rock gardens, waterfalls and ponds is richly planted with exotic plants such as bamboo, bald cypress, rhododendron, camellia and Japanese cherry trees.
Nantes Art Museum
Gentileschi, La Tour, Watteau, Delacroix, Ingres, Monet, Kandinsky, Soulages, Duane Hanson, Bill Viola... the Nantes Art Museum exhibits many internationally renowned artists and each period artistic account of sumptuous masterpieces. In ancient art, let us quote for example Le Songe by Joseph by Georges de La Tour.
Village of Trentemoult
Neighbor to Nantes the city dweller thanks to a river connection synonymous with adventure with a capital A despite the short duration of the journey, Trentemoult offers a guaranteed change of scenery and a spatiotemporal and colorful bubble where it is always good to get lost without any specific goal.
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