Come and take an exciting tour of this must-see tourist attraction in the Beaujolais region that calls upon all 5 senses! At the end of the tour, stop by the local farmers' shop. Then why not stay a while longer and hire bikes to explore the area.
As you explore the rooms in this centre, you'll enjoy the lively, fun and gourmet tour to learn all about the terroir of Beaujolais and awaken your 5 senses!
Immerse yourself in the friendly atmosphere of traditional festivals and then enjoy a flight over the Beaujolais countryside in a film showing. Use your senses to savour the gourmet treasures of our land, with something for each of the 4 seasons. Learn about the local geology.
Let yourself be carried away by the temporary exhibition “Collection(s) from object to work”
Closed to the public for its renovation, the Marius Audin Museum has partnered with the Maison du terroir beaujolais to present the heart of its collection. Discover the hundred works presented and the creations of the guest artist, the glass sculptor Jean Gazdac !
Finally, chefs and producers will share some of their secrets with you in the film showing room.
Duration: 1 hour.
That is not all:
Wander around the big shop selling regional products, Beaujolais wines, local crafts, books and souvenirs.
You'll find plenty of gift ideas here, including gift baskets that you can fill with the products of your choice. You will also find all the Beaujolais vintages in one place.
You can hire a standard or electric bike and ride along the 'Voie Verte du Beaujolais' greenway route and the cycle routes in the area. Helmets, anti-theft devices and maps of the routes will be provided. Children's bikes, child seats and trailers are available for hire.
Marvel at the fantastic architecture of the half-timbered house and Renaissance inner courtyard dating from the 14th and 16th centuries.
Visit the art exhibitions that change every month, and admire the paintings, photos, sculptures, drawings, pottery and much more.
- Accessible en fauteuil roulant en autonomie
Mon to Sat 10am-12:30pm 2pm-6 pm, Sun and bank holidays 10am-12:30 pm 3pm to 6pm. Closing time at 7 pm in july and august. Guided tour for groups on reservation. Closed on 25 December.