The thermometer will climb in Nantes this Wednesday, June 14th, the day is announced as the hottest of the week, flirting with 31 degrees.
You want to keep cool? Take a dip in the wading pool in town!
Open since Saturday, they allow to cool toddlers who are having a field day. The most popular are those of the plants and garden at Procé park (opposite the park). But there is more at ease in other districts of Nantes.
You prefer the shade? Here are some ideas for getting out
Dive into the collections of the museum in Nantes Dobrée
This tour invites to discover the diversity of its collections: ancient and medieval sculptures, Greek ceramics, Asian and Egyptian statues, ritual objects from America and Oceania, paintings from the 16th to the nineteenth century ducal gold coins, weapons from Antiquity to the Napoleonic era … and the fabulous surroundings in gold heart of Anne de Bretagne! More than 350 iconic pieces are on display: a journey through 5000 years of history on five continents.
This Wednesday, June 14, 1pm to 6pm, 18, rue Voltaire Nantes. Free entry.
Discover the world of bees in Carquefou
This exhibition presents the unknown world of wild bees and their essential role in pollinating flowering plants. teaching methods and observation complement the large photographs Erwan Balança.
Museum Erdre aisle Renaudières in Carquefou.
On Wednesday, 2pm to 6pm. Free entry.
Listen to the sorcerer’s apprentice in the City of Congress
The ONPL invites parents to become apprentices and children to turn into witches time to play around the lively orchestra by Maureen Dor. Who will emerge victorious? A fun concert with 80 musicians of the National Orchestra of Pays de la Loire. Duration: 50 minutes.
Wednesday at 6.30pm. Prices: € 10 adults / € 5 within 25 years.