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LE GRAND CAFÉ

Historic site and monument, House in Saint-Nazaire

Opening hours and services not guaranteed
  • Former café, now a contemporary art centre.

  • Le Grand Café is a former café established in 1864, probably by Aristide Briand's father (Briand is a famous French lawyer and politician, Nobel Price in 1926). It remained a café up until 1969. It was purchased by the City of Saint-Nazaire in 1994.

    Founded in October 1997, Le Grand Café is now an exhibition space run by Saint-Nazaire contemporary art department. In 2004, it was acknowledged as a Contemporary Art Centre by the French Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication.
  • Access

    • Public transport  :  Ligne U2 - Arrêt: Quatzhorloges at 150 m
    • Railway station at 2 km
    • Seaside  :  Front de mer at 300 m
  • Spoken languages

  • Accepted customers

    • Individuals
    • Groups
Services
  • Activities

    • Special theme activity
    • Lectures
    • Temporary exhibitions
  • Services

    • Free site access
    • Educational group visits
    • Guided tours for groups on request
    • Self-guided tours for individuals
Openings
Opening hours and services not guaranteed

Openings

  • All year