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The tourist and cultural site of the Caves de la Chartreuse invites you to discover the world of liqueur, the exceptional heritage as well as the know-how of the Carthusian monks through a new route of guided tours.

By entering this new museographic space, you will stroll through the old production site through 7 spaces which symbolize the great periods in the history of Chartreuse liqueurs. From the origins of the Elixir through the birth of the liquor or the founding of the brand, you will be able to see nearly 1200 original pieces, never exhibited.

The route will continue through a space entirely dedicated to the plants which represent the basis of the manufacture of monks' liqueurs. Here, all your senses will be awakened, so you can taste, see, touch, and smell.

Before entering the historic Voiron cellar, you will cross the atrium which gives pride of place to the Chartreuse massif, in which the monks have been living for nearly a millennium.

Your visit will end with a tasting of the traditional Green and Yellow liquors.

Activities

Customers

  • Groups welcome

Visit

Additional visit:
Reservations recommended for all tours.
Possibility to buy the products of the Carthusian monks.

Customers

  • Groups welcome

Visit languages

  • German
  • English
  • Spanish
  • French
  • Italy

Individual visit services

  • Permanent individual guided tours
  • Guided individual tours on request
  • Mandatory guided individual tours

Group visits services

  • Guided group tours on request
  • Mandatory guided group visits

Opening

All year round, daily from 10 p.m. to 18:30 p.m.
Exceptional closings on January 1 and December 25.

Prices

Full price: € 12
Reduced price: €9.


Groups by reservation.

Payment method

  • American Express
  • Bank / credit card
  • Check
  • Cash

Equipments and Services

Equipments

  • Elevator
  • Toilets
  • Parking
  • Private parking lot

Services

  • Shop
  • Tourist Documentation

Activities on site

  • Animation
  • Product tasting
  • Temporary exhibitions

Reduced mobility

Adapted tourism

  • Accessible for self-propelled wheelchairs
  • Reserved space 330 cm wide <20 m from the site
  • Reception desk between 70 and 80 cm high
  • WC + grab bar + circulation space
  • Site, building partially accessible
  • Adapted benefits for mental impairment
  • Reception staff made aware of the reception of people with disabilities

Hearing impairment

Complete visit document in French