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Visit the Hameau Dubœuf Gallery
Whether you come with family or friends, as an expert or a novice, come and explore the world of vines and wine at the Hameau Dubœuf!
It is spread over 30 000 m2 in the heart of the Beaujolais and reveals all the secrets of our vineyards, their history, and their winemaking techniques in an unusual and fun way.
Young and old will enjoy the 4D cinema, the 3D film, the Adventure Golf course and wine tastings.
The 4D cinema in particular is a magnificent experience where moving pods really give you the impression of flying over the lush countryside of the Beaujolais and the Mâconnais.
Hameau Dubœuf, opened on 10th June 1993 and is right by the train station Romanèche-Thorins. It is open everyday.
A visit to Hameau Dubœuf, which is a key attraction and a unique interpretation of France, lasts between a half a day and a full day.
Visitors will be delighted by the wonderful atmosphere they find here.
Older generations can relive their past and younger ones learn about the history of their local countryside.
Thanks to its geographical location Hameau Dubœuf is part of the history of rail travel. Situated as it is, between the stations Voyageurs and Marchand, it was on the new Paris-Lyon-Marseille line opened in 1876. At the time, the railway was the principal method of transport and of wine distribution, rivaling that of river transport.
The salle des pas perdus is an arrivals hall modelled on stations of 1900 with a café-restaurant. The impressive hall is decorated with a fresco showing scenes from the Beaujolais and Mâconnais.
You can buy a ticket for a unique tour into the world of wine at the ticket desk – Billetterie-Informations.
Come and discover the history of vines and wine, as you travel through 15 rooms and a number of audiovisual shows: the automated theatre, a 3D film and 4D cinema.
Mr Georges Dubœuf converted the former station of Romaneche-Thorins in 1993 in order to share his passion for wine and winemaking. There is an impressive collection of objects from over 2000 years of culture.
Today, the Hameau Dubœuf is the top wine-park in Europe. It was awarded the national prize for wine tourism in 2010 and welcomes 100 000 visitors a year.