Enjoy the destination's must-see attractions: Castle and Gardens of Villandry, Castle of Azay-le-Rideau, Castle of Tours, Centre of Contemporary Creation Olivier Debré, Fine Arts Museum, « Compagnonnage » Museum, Natural History Museum, Saint-Cosme Priory, Psalette Cloister and a guided tour of Tours. This 48h Pass also includes bike hire, access to the little tourist train (available end of March 2024) and exclusive benefits from our partners (e.g. €3 discount per player with Escape Yourself, 10% discount in the pub « Au temps des Rois »)
In the heart of Tours, the Olivier Debré Centre for Contemporary Creation is a prestigious artistic space with an international reputation. The CCCOD presents about ten exhibitions each year. Designed by the Aires Mateus brothers, the building houses 4 large spaces dedicated to contemporary art and allows the public to enjoy several exhibitions in one visit. The name of the CCCOD pays tribute to Olivier Debré, a painter of lyrical abstraction whose studios were located in Touraine. Mediators are at the disposal of the public and each exhibition is accompanied by a personalised programme: fun workshops, guided tours, lectures and various events. The Bookstorming bookshop and the contemporary café are open to the public.
It's THE pass you need to make the most of your stay! Your pass gives you access to 9 touristic and cultural places in and around Tours (Castle and Gardens of Villandry, Castle of Azay-le-Rideau, Castle of Tours, Centre of Contemporary Creation Olivier Debré, Fine Arts Museum, « Compagnonnage » Museum, Natural History Museum, Saint-Cosme Priory, Psalette Cloister) and a guided visit of Tours. Present your City Pass and enjoy a little tourist train tour (available end of March 2024) and exclusive benefits from our partners (leisure providers, grocery stores...).
Housed in a castle, the Grand-Pressigny Prehistory Museum presents the evolution of Man and his way of life over 200,000 years. Life-size reproductions of emblematic animals and humans enhance the sense of immersion in prehistory. The museum's rich collections invite visitors to explore the social, technical and economic aspects of prehistory, with a particular focus on the phenomenon for which Touraine is best known archaeologically: the Grand-Pressigny flints.