Jules Verne Museum

  • Address: 3 Rue de l'Hermitage , 44100 Nantes, France
  • Phone: +33-0240697252
  • Ticket Price: 3 EUR
  • Time Required: 00:45 Mins
  • Tags: Art And Culture, Art Museums, Museums, History Museums, Educational Site, Historical Site, Specialty Museums

This museum is dedicated to the French writer Jules Verne. Housed in a late 19th century old beautiful building, the museum is located just near the Loire River. The white façade of the buildings sparkles because of the light coming from the south and get reflected on the river flowing by. The magnificent Moorish arches above the windows and doors make the building more attractive.

A tour within the building will show that the entire museum is divided into 8 sections depicting the entire life story of the writer, his masterpieces and so on. The museum also displays some of his great works where Nantes played an important role in shaping up his writings and also his other works that were later in translated into films and TV.

  • Last admission is allowed 25 minutes before the closing time.
  • Guided tour in English, German, Italian, Spanish and French languages are available.
  • Individual guided tour in French language is available on Sunday at 3pm, from September to June and everyday in July and August.
  • Individual guided tour In English is available in every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdayat 11am from 15th July to 14th August.
  • For group visits, reservation is required.
  • Admission is free for young people(under 18years); unemployed people; disabled individuals; registered unemployed; minimum wage recipients; teachers preparing for group visit; on the 1st Sunday of every month from September to June;on Heritage days;on Springtime museums event.
  • Guided Tour for Children under 7 years of age is free.
  • Specially tailored tour is available for disabled people.
  • Mode of payment accepted for tickets are cash, Pass Nantes and bank cards.
  • Minimum purchase of 6€ is required to make the payment in credit cards.

  • Reduced price: 1.50€ (after 5pm, young people between 18 and 26, and groups less than 12 people)
  • Concession: 2.50€
  • For the groups of children: 25€ to 35€ (per group)
  • For the groups of adults: 65€ to 88€ (per group)

  • Tramway1: Stop – Gare Maritime – from here you need to walk for 15 minutes.
  • Chronobus 1: Stop – Lechat – from here you need to walk for 10 minutes.

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  • Jules Verne Museum Address: 3 Rue de l'Hermitage , 44100 Nantes, France
  • Jules Verne Museum Contact Number: +33-0240697252
  • Jules Verne Museum Price: 3 EUR
  • Time required to visit Jules Verne Museum: 00:45 Mins
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  • 56.11% of people who visit Nantes include Jules Verne Museum in their plan

  • 57.81% of people start their Jules Verne Museum visit around 3 PM - 4 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Jules Verne Museum

Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday

91.3% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Jules Verne Museum

People normally club together Les Machines De L'ile De Nantes and Le Parc De Proce while planning their visit to Jules Verne Museum.

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  • Small but pleasant museum dedicated to the early Pioneer of sci fi. Speaking french would be an advantage of course, but there are enough English bits to help tell the story of his life.

  • I would have given it five stars but, unfortunately, it is all in French so although I am a huge fan of his works and was able to work out for myself what was what, I would say my kids, 6 and 9, were somewhat bored, not having read a single book yet and not being able to read French.

  • Very well hidddden quaint and not much English. But lovely.

  • Cute small museum, clearly designed for kids. It is great if you have children because a game is organized throughout the visit but as I was in my own I don't feel I learnt or saw anything too special.

  • Seems like a good place, but it's small and the exhibit is only in French.

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