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About Hameau Duboeuf
Explore and visit the universe of the vine and wine as you have never done before. Whether you are a family, a group of friends, an expert or a newbie, the Hameau Dubœuf invites you to enter a magic world dedicated to wine and the vine. Covering over 30.000 m2 in the very heart of the Beaujolais wine region, it will unvite you, in an entertaining and original way, all the secrets of our vines, its origins, establishments and techniques. Dynamic cinema, museum, the new immersive experience "Mon Beaujolais" The Explor'Games ®, the Enigma of the Hamlet: Search for the obscure figure who threatens the Hamlet. Look for clues, take on challenges and thwart the traps set in your path. Between April to september, visit the gardens and all the aromas that create the richness of the wine. Adventure Golf, pedal cars… There is something for everyone, whatever the age.
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Griet d wrote a review Jul 2020
Belgium4 contributions
We were 6 adults, 3 children of 3 years old and a baby. We took a full pass to all activities in the parc. Great combination of activities for both adults and children. There’s also a lot of space in all areas (we had a rather big stroller) and it’s very cool inside so good for hot summer days. Personell was really very friendly! The children also enjoyed it: the story of winery told in a playful way, all parts of the museum very interactive and attractive for children as well. Some parts are like an attraction parc, and we did not even have to pay for the children. The little train brings you to the garden, where there is also room for children to participate in the activities. We had a very pleasant day and were all very tired at the end of the day (you spend a whole day there). Food at noon was very good and not expensive at all. Also good facilities for children!
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Date of experience: July 2020
Peasantfood wrote a review Jan 2020
Adelaide, Australia732 contributions197 helpful votes
Exceptional overview of the wine regions of Lyon and Mâcon. It was a bit slow to start but the depth of the presentations and the style of the venue was excellent. If you have any interest in wine I recommend this to you. Equally if you have an interest in trains and train history then good for you too.
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Date of experience: January 2020
Dominique S wrote a review Oct 2019
Geneva, Switzerland16 contributions10 helpful votes
Dont miss this place! Its only 1h45 from Geneva or 35 minutes from Lyon.It is not only a wine experience, but also a voyage through the Beaujolais region. The place is amazing. Adults and children will learn while having fun walking through the attractions and the museum. Every step allows to discover the passion of the owners : The Station, the gardens with bicycles and a mini golf, the winemaking process. The staff is dedicated and helpful, the owners are on the site most of the time and always available to chat and share their passion. For wine experts there is a dedicated room to taste and discover the wines of the region. The restaurant offers a great selection of the region specialities at a very good price. Dont miss "the boutique" a great place to shop souvenirs fitting all budgets around the theme of wine and food of the region. We all had a great time and will certainly be going back before Christmas as everyone we met insisted on telling how magical this place is at the end of the year.
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Date of experience: October 2019
mariaaba wrote a review Sep 2019
Kenwood, California384 contributions179 helpful votes
Nice tourist attraction in learning wine production in the Burgundy area. There is a small train museum, with the carriage for N.Bonaparte, elegant. Also a wine making history museum, other than that..very touristy!
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Date of experience: September 2019
fav-vancouver wrote a review Sep 2018
Vancouver, Canada63 contributions17 helpful votes
I went to this attraction with my husband and sister-in-law expecting to obtain some useful information about the Beaujolais wine. While there was some information about the region and the wine, it was hidden amongst some dusty old films, "automated theatre", and displays that you could not escape, in short way too much "fluff". In addition, I was given a broken English headset so I could not understand the dialog. In some cases, the sound was so bad even the native French speakers had trouble understanding what was said. This attraction needs a serious overall to bring it into the 21st century and make it worth the money.
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Date of experience: September 2018