Since 2008, the Château des ducs de Bretagne has been committed to continually improving the quality of its services. In partnership with Loire Atlantique Développement, the castle renewed the Qualité tourisme label in 2016.
In 2011, the Château des ducs de Bretagne was awarded the Tourisme & Handicap label for being accessible to all four disabilities (motor, sight, hearing, mental). The Château is listed as one of the nation’s model sites for its capacity to host disabled guests.
The castle is part of the “La Loire à Vélo” – an 800-km cyclable road, and the only long-distance cycling route in France. Adapted for cycling in both directions, it stretches from Cuffy (by Nevers) to Saint-Brevin-les-Pins (across from Saint-Nazaire), and runs through Nantes, allowing one and all to discover the city’s architectural heritage.
The castle is certified “Accueil Vélo” (Cyclists Welcome). It is a national mark guaranteeing a high quality of welcome and services for cyclists where you see the sign across France.
The Château was listed as an Historical Monument in 1862
The association “Châteaux de la Loire, Vallée des Rois” was created in 2008 in order to group together 50 monuments along the Loire, from Nantes (44) to Briare (45).
Loire-Atlantique Développement’s tourism branch supports the Château des ducs de Bretagne in its drive to conserve the “Qualité Tourisme label”.
Loire-Atlantique Développement’s mission is to promote the Loire-Atlantique department and support professionals in developing its tourism sector.
The Môm’Art charter was drafted by parents and visitors who wish to accompany children to museums. The Château is committed to doing its utmost to fulfill its mission of creating optimal conditions for visiting children and families.
The museum adopted the “Ten Rights of Tiny Visitors”.
4, place Marc Elder 44 000 — Nantes