Hameau Duboeuf, Romaneche-Thorins
(4.4/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
A wine theme park that puts the spice behind the sip, Hameau Duboeuf is a one of a kind attraction that combines the sophistication of wine with the fun of an adventure park. It is designed to provide activities for the whole family, so while you sip and chat, the kids will treasure hunt and learn about how to raise grapes. With 30,000 square meters (322,917 sq. ft.) of land occupied by the winery and park, you’ll have no shortage of attractions, including a tasting center, vineyards, gardens, and activity centers. You’ll see grapes ripening, the wine aging, and you will receive a tasting of the final product in this one-stop wine utopia. Plan your visit to Hameau Duboeuf and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Romaneche-Thorins vacation planner.
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  • The hamlet Duboeuf, notably the museum dedicated to the wine deserves undoubtedly a visit. You learn a lot on the vine, the terroir and the work of men. The hamlet is dedicated to the wines of beaujolais and is promoted but the course allows you to learn more widely about the world of wine. A projection in 3D and dynamic cinema as well as a game in form of questions along the way even to consider a visit with children.
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  • WOW what a place, from the moment you park and walk into, to the time you have to leave this is a wonderful place. The history of the wine making in this area is fantastically brought to life. Will vi...  more »
  • A November day, chilly, windy and a little rainy. Stopped at Chateau du Jaques for a tasting with winemaker himself. Then continued on to George Duboeuf and his establishment in Romaneche-Thorins. After visiting their store the other day so I thought I'd try their Restaurant. At the first step into the room, it feels like being in an old train station. Brass, wood and much love it looks like has been done in the building of this restaurant. The menu is as usual "Plat du Jour", in this case, it's Jerusalem artichoke soup followed by wine boiled chicken with potato gratin and finally, Vanilla/Lemon pie with homemade vanilla ice cream. No wonder that rolls out from each lunch or dinner you can enjoy here in France. However, I can heartily recommend that in Beaujolais area to get here, grab a bite to eat, usually around 20-25 € and take a tour of the Museum, which is really well done!
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  • Ample selection of wines. Great store with souvenirs
  • Ended up here due to weather not allowing us to sit by swimming pool. Wow what can I say, entrance fee very good and it gives you access to 3 museums (which you don't have to visit all on the same day). The first museum is huge and takes you through the making of wine through the ages before seeing how the vineyards are kept and when the grapes are harvested. A brilliant interactive cinema experience which the children enjoyed and then moving on to seeing how bottles and corks are made before finishing off with a free wine tasting experience. The second museum requires a journey by a road train where you see the wine being made and stored (here there is a free mini golf and garden size chess for the children). The third museum was smaller and was about the train network. The first museum takes about 2 hours to visit The second about an hour The third about 45 minutes
  • Excellent museum of wine and meal
  • Go with your family or friends. Atypical and friendly and will delight the curious
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  • Fantastic place for lovers and wine, you learn a lot on all trades that revolves around the vine and wine, fun for kids and great if you're in the Beaujolais stop you at the hamlet Duboeuf you will not be disappointed
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