Nantes is the hometown of Verne, the world's greatest science fiction writer, is a godlike figure in the minds of countless science fiction fans. When you come to Nantes, you must visit the former residence of Verne, which is now the Verne Museum. There are collections of Verne’s relics and unfinished manuscripts, as well as many models of plots in Verne’s novels. They are extremely precious and are definitely a place for science fiction fans to not miss.
The French city of Nantes is the birthplace of the famous science fiction writer Verne. Although this museum is small, it is said to be his former residence. You can see many of his manuscripts and scenes from the novel here. You can also play a game like Monopoly in the museum, but it is based on Verne's book as the theme, and I played with my friends for a long time. This museum has a lot of interactive exhibitions, it is worth coming.
The famous French science fiction writer Jules Verne is a native of Nantes who was born here in 1828. Verne's marine trilogy series and other works are pioneers in science fiction. The Verne Museum preserves many first edition prints, manuscripts, original film designs, etc. Opening hours Monday, Wednesday to week 10:00-12:00, 14:00-18:00; Sunday 14:00-18:00. Tickets: Adults/students and children €3/1.5. It is a 30-minute walk from the train station.
More interesting, very good, you can take friends to visit
A very small museum, which should have been transformed from a villa, there are not many people, and there are some works about Verne for sale.