Rezé - Site archéologique de Saint-Lupien
Le Chronographe takes visitors through the history of the ancient Gallo-Roman city of Ratiatum, which was discovered under the current town of Rezé and has been explored by archaeologists since the 1980s.
This project covers the archaeological site of Ratatium’s port, the Chapelle Saint-Lupien and the Centre for the Interpretation and Renewal of Heritage Sites (exhibition spaces and workshops), which is devoted to archaeological discoveries in Nantes and the surrounding region.
© Le Chronographe (Rezé). Photo : F. Dantart
From September to June : Wednesday to Sunday 14:00 –18:00.
July and August: Tuesday to Sunday 14:00 – 19:00.
Closed annually from 1st January to first day of February school vacation in France. Closed on bank holidays except on 14th July and 15th August
Last ticket issued 30 minutes prior to closing
Booking required for groups
FULL RATE : €3
CONCESSION RATE: €1.50 (proof required)
• 1 hour prior to closing
• Young people aged between 18 and 25
• Teachers – Carte Familles Nombreuses holders – Carte CE and Carte Partenaires holders – Carte Cezam holders – Carte Tourisme and Carte Loisirs 44 holders – visitors to the Maison Radieuse
FREE ADMISSION (proof required)
• First Sunday of the month from September to June and special events
• Under 18s – disabled people and their accompanying person – job seekers – "prime d’activité" recipients – former members of the Resistance movement and veterans – badly disabled war veterans – Carte Blanche holders - holders of the Pass Le Chronographe, Pass Nantes and Pass Inter-musées – holders of the Carte Agents Loisirs, FDOTSI and ICOM – employees working for the French Ministry of Culture and French Museums – journalists.
ANNUAL LE CHRONOGRAPHE PASS: €10
PASS INTER-MUSÉES (INTER-MUSEUM PASS): €20
Book your PASS NANTES
Site de Saint Lupien - Rezé
21 rue de Saint Lupien
COVID certificate required. **
Bus 30 et 97 : Stop to "Le Corbusier"
Bus 97 : Stop to "Clos Bonnet"
Tram 2 : Stop to "Gare de Pont Rousseau"
Tram 3 : Stop to "Diderot"