The museum offers an opportunity to hold its collections up to the light and reveal the invisible (but ever-present) traces of the men and women that were victims of the colonial system. Beyond the economic and commercial perspective commonly offered, this exhibition will reveal the complex reality of a city that was so deeply involved in the slave trade.
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Château des ducs de Bretagne, 4 Pl. Marc Elder, 44000 Nantes
How to get there?
Parking(s) nearby: Parking Château, Parking Baco-LU 1 côté gare, Parking Gare Château, Parking Feydeau, Parking Decré-Bouffay, Parking Baco-LU 2 côté CHU
Public transport: Duchesse Anne-Château, Duchesse Anne-Chateau, Lieu Unique, Monteil
Self-service bicycles: Duchesse Anne (n°49), Château (n°50), Strasbourg (n°3), Baco (n°52), Lieu Unique (n°61), Verdun (n°48), Foch (n°32), Bouffay (n°20), Gare De Nantes Nord (n°60), Moulin (n°4)
T. 0 811 46 46 44 (Service 0,05 €/min + prix d’appel)
T. +33 2 51 17 49 48 (depuis l'étranger / from abroad)
Closed on Monday and May 1st
Free for PASS Nantes holders
Book PASS Nantes
Free for holders of the Nantes Pass or the museum's annual pass.
Annual Pass: €10 (valid in all metropolitan museums during the Voyage à Nantes).
Free on the 1st Sunday of each month, except July and August.
Prices inside the castle – museum and independent exhibition: ticket valid for one day.
Prices: €8 full / €5 reduced / free - 18 years old.