Beaune et sa région

Beaune et sa région

Beaune region propose you an exceptional patrimony around the famous wine.

Fallot mustard mill

BEAUNE

Fallot mustard mill

La Moutarderie Fallot invites you coming to Beaune to discover the mustard through it's 3 dedicated spaces : a museographic tour wich will reveal all the secret of the Brassica seed and it's history, a sensational experience tour for a sensory approach and enjoy Fallot : a very original tasting area. 

To booked your visite :

31 rue du Faubourg Bretonnière
21200 BEAUNE
Tél. 03 80 22 10 02

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Cassissium

NUITS SAINT GEORGES

Cassissium Nuits Saint Georges

Le Cassissium invites its visitors on a special trip to the world of blackcurrant : moovies drawers to be opened, touchscreens, different things to be touched as well as mechanical animations. Numerous and various informations about the balckcurrant are presented in a fun way. 

 

To prepare visit :

8 Passage Montgolfier
21700 Nuits-Saint-Georges
Tél. 03.80.62.49.71

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Les Hospices de Beaune

BEAUNE

Photo Beaune
The Hospices de Beaune

 

The Hôtel-Dieu is a former hospital founded in 1443 by Nicolas Rolin, chancellor of the Duke of Burgundy, and his wife, Guigone de Salins. From the street, you are confronted with an immense stone façade topped by a slate roof, whose entrance is heralded by a slender bell-tower and a bold awning. It is only when you step into the main courtyard that you see the flamboyant roof with varnished tiles, a shining symbol of ducal Burgundy and now world famous. The sumptuous Salle des Pôvres housed thirty beds for the sick and destitute, and it is here that you start your visit. You can still see the remarkable panelled vault and the strong oak framework of the building, decorated with a frieze of carved human and animal heads. As you walk on, you will discover the rich heritage of this site through extraordinarily furnished rooms: statues, chests, tapestries, pewter ware and more. Behind every door you’ll catch sight of the day to day life in this hospital where a unique community of Hospital Ladies, instituted by the founders, provided medical care. The polyptych of the Last Judgement, painted for the hospital by Rogier van der Weyden, features the portraits of Nicolas Rolin and Guigone de Salins: it is the unmissable crowning jewel of this museum. Finally, the Salle Saint-Louis is the last stop on your tour. Fully refurbished and equipped with multimedia devices, this room focuses on three themes: the collections of objects of the 15th and 16th centuries, hospital care from 1800 to 1940 and the famous vineyards and wine auction of the Hospices Civils de Beaune.The Hôtel-Dieu is a former hospital founded in 1443 by Nicolas Rolin, chancellor of the Duke of Burgundy, and his wife, Guigone de Salins. From the street, you are confronted with an immense stone façade topped by a slate roof, whose entrance is heralded by a slender bell-tower and a bold awning. It is only when you step into the main courtyard that you see the flamboyant roof with varnished tiles, a shining symbol of ducal Burgundy and now world famous. The sumptuous Salle des Pôvres housed thirty beds for the sick and destitute, and it is here that you start your visit. You can still see the remarkable panelled vault and the strong oak framework of the building, decorated with a frieze of carved human and animal heads. As you walk on, you will discover the rich heritage of this site through extraordinarily furnished rooms: statues, chests, tapestries, pewter ware and more. Behind every door you’ll catch sight of the day to day life in this hospital where a unique community of Hospital Ladies, instituted by the founders, provided medical care. The polyptych of the Last Judgement, painted for the hospital by Rogier van der Weyden, features the portraits of Nicolas Rolin and Guigone de Salins: it is the unmissable crowning jewel of this museum. Finally, the Salle Saint-Louis is the last stop on your tour. Fully refurbished and equipped with multimedia devices, this room focuses on three themes: the collections of objects of the 15th and 16th centuries, hospital care from 1800 to 1940 and the famous vineyards and wine auction of the Hospices Civils de Beaune.

 

To prepare your visit :

Rue de l'Hôtel-Dieu
Place de la Halle
21200  BEAUNE
Tél. 03.80.24.45.00

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Clos de Vougeot

VOUGEOT

Clos de Vougeot

Standing in the very heart of Burgundy's vineyards, it was originally a wine farm, built in the 12th century by monks from the nearby Abbey of Cîteaux. In the 16th century, a Renaissance style château was added to the existing buildings.

With its medieval vat-house and presses, Cistercian cellar and original kitchens, it forms a unique architectural whole, attracting history lovers, architecture lovers or wine lovers. The Chateau du Clos de Vougeot also hosts famous receptions. It is renowned as one of the very best "table d'hôte" of France.

Even though the Chateau du Clos de Vougeot does not produce wine anymore, it stays the symbol of a millenary of Burgundy's History.

The Confrérie des Chevaliers du Tastevin acquired the Château in 1945, and started to restore it, turning it into the seat of the Order.

To prepare your visit :

Rue de la Montagne
21640 Vougeot
Tél. 03.80.62.86.09

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Château de Savigny-lès-Beaune

Château de Savigny-lès-Beaune

It's in burgundy, in the heart of "Côte de beaune", the prestigious Château de Savigny-lès-Beaune dominated a beautiful 12ha property, crossing by a river who, at the origin fed the moat of this ancient fortress.

To prepare your visit :

Place Fournier
21420 Savigny-lès-Beaune
Tél. 03.80.21.55.03

Cîteaux Abbey

SAINT-NICOLAS-LÈS-CÎTEAUX

Cîteaux Abbey

Cîteaux Abbey

Founded in 1098 by Robert de Molesmes, in what was at the time a "desert", Citeaux Abbey, the cradle and headquarters of the Cistercian Order, was to become, along with Cluny, a flagship of Christianity.

 

To prepare your visit :

Abbaye Notre-Dame de Cîteaux
21700 Saint-Nicolas-lès-Cîteaux
Tél. 03.80.61.32.58

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