Parcs and gardens

Parc de la Chantrerie


The park is linked to the City Centre by a 3½ mile walkway on the left bank of the Erdre.

Like Procé Park, this park was designed by Dominique Noisette in the 19th century but was not acquired by the city until 1972. It's a landscapedpark that has groves of trees and offers glorious vistas over more than half a mile of the River Erdre.
Although the variety of plants here is less diverse than in the other parks in Nantes, there are nevertheless many fine trees including copper beech, plane trees, cedars, spruce, oaks and ancient chestnuts.

The property also includes an educational farm where schoolchildren can see various animals in the fields alongside the main path.
Venue details & map
Facilites & accessibility
playground equipments6playground equipments6 6 CarouselCarousel ShelterShelter Picnic tablesPicnic tables Drinking waterDrinking water barbecuebarbecue RestaurantRestaurant Disabled toiletsDisabled toilets ToiletsToilets Enclosed gardenEnclosed garden Paddling poolsPaddling pools Spray mistersSpray misters No dogs allowedNo dogs allowed AnimalsAnimals

Garden games by age group

1 - 4 ans → 1 Module

2 - 8 ans → 2 Module + Spring + Playhouse

3 - 8 ans → 1 Spring

3 - 12 ans → 1 Module + Slide

4 - 10 ans → 1 Climbing net + Climb

* The park is accessible to wheelchair users.
Opening times
The garden does not close
Visiting the farm
  • The Chantrerie Farm is open to the public every Sunday during the months of May and June; then from September to mid-October.
  • Visitors can discover the wide variety of vegetables and animals on the farm.
  • → 10:30 - 12:30
  • → 14:30 - 18:00
  • Free entry