It is a typical art center with a bar, a restaurant and LU Tower and a shop and is situated in the former premise of the LU biscuit. People usually visit this place to watch theatre. If you are interested in theatre, you can pay a visit to this place. After the theatre, the bar and restaurant is where you can spend some more time.
- LU Tower (Pass) let you get free access to the site.
- Street level entrance, lifts to 1st floor and 2nd floor, lift to the tower are available for disabled people.
- LU Tower (pass) gives free access from Tuesday to Sunday.
LU Tower (Pass) Free access:
- From Tuesday to Saturday: 12:30pm – 7pm
- On Sundays: 3pm -7pm
- Line 56 : bus stop FAVRE TRAMWAY - line: 1 : tram way stop Duchesse Anne, Gare routière and Gare SNCF (south way out 150m).
- Taverne du Chateau
- La Table Romaine
- Restaurant La Vie de Chateau
- 4 Sens
- Le Petit Chalut Noringui
- Le Baco Saveur
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80.3% of people who visit Nantes include Lieu Unique in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
22.62% of people start their Lieu Unique visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Lieu Unique
93.67% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Lieu Unique
having made my second trip to France i was hoping to escape all the politics from America that have dominated life lately, i thought visiting le lieu unique would be a nice experience and opportunity to enjoy some contemporary art. the great discouragement i had only to find the Museum was now flying a flag above it that represents racism and anti-semitism. if i knew this, i never would have visited. It's clear the folks at the museum don't understand the American culture behind this new white flag and the hatred the flag represents. the museum should remove it to be more welcoming
Nice late night spot. The late hour may explain the substitutions in the Plate de Jour menu, but we were a little surprised. However, on Monday night they have a local Tango Club there. That was fun to watch!
Was going to enjoy an afternoon there, but then we saw the "he will not divide us flag" and decided it wasn't worth our time. It's a shame such people have to be political and ANTI AMERICAN. We decided our American money was better spent elsewhere.
Great cultural exhibitions during the day, and at night either events or a bar with music. Drinks are very reasonably priced and entry is always free
Quite interesting remake of an old biscuit works. Bar staff very uninterested in serving, very uncomfortable seating. My husband has a disability so we asked if we could take an indoor chair outside to the terrace as the only chairs there are low slung deck chairs. Answer - NO. So on a hot day we sat in a dirty, gloomy bar watching the bar staff doing nothing at all. Good bookshop though