Whether you are a connoisseur of the finest wines or a complete beginner, take advantage of your stay in the Eiffel Tower and Trocadéro district to venture into the cellars of the Musée du Vin! You will have the pleasure of browsing through an exciting exhibition, in underground rooms made of natural stone that served as cellars since the Middle Ages.
Lovers of fine beverages will be able to admire at their leisure the various tools used to cultivate the vines throughout the ages, but also learn more about the art of cooperage and oenology. A unique place in Paris, and which will allow you to deliciously immerse yourself in the history and tradition of the French vineyards.
|Opening hours for the Wine Museum of Paris|
|From Tuesday to Saturday|
The visit of the exhibition is arranged in the ancient limestone quarries of Passy with a collection of more than 2,200 objects on the cultivation of vines and wine over time. At the end of the visit, a glass of wine (or artisanal grape juice) is offered.
Visits to the museum and the museum's restaurant are accessible to people with reduced mobility.
Audioguides available on request in French, English, Russian, Portuguese, Japanese, Chinese, Portuguese and Spanish (subject to availability).
Cancellation conditions: tickets cannot be cancelled or refunded.
Before or after your visit to the wine museum, you can discover Paris with a boat cruise on the Seine River with the Bateaux Parisiens, just after crossing the Bir-Hakeim bridge.