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Porte Cailhau reopens to visitors

Today, after two months of renovation work, the Porte Cailhau has reopened its doors, unveiling a completely redesigned tour route.

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VertiGina

Bordeaux is home to France’s most vertiginous urban climbing site: a 33-meter-high structure built on silos…

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Valérie Belin. ‘Les visions silencieuses’.

The Musée des Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux regularly invites contemporary artists to take a personal look at its collections. Valérie Belin presents Les visions silencieuses, a major monographic exhibition.

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Living and dying in Egypt

The Musée d’Aquitaine is a museum of history and civilization. Labelled a “Musée de France”, it houses significant collections tracing the history of Bordeaux and Aquitaine, from prehistory to the 21st century.

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Exhibition: from Vermeer to Van Gogh at les Bassins des Lumières

The Bordeaux submarine base was built by the Germans during the Second World War. Culturespaces is working to bring this emblematic site back to life by transforming it into France’s largest digital art center, offering large-scale immersive exhibitions.

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Exhibition: “dinosaurs”

Cap Sciences, located in Bordeaux, is a center dedicated to scientific, technical and industrial culture, offering exhibitions, workshops and various events.

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Our blog is your go-to source for information on the most popular exhibitions and events in Bordeaux. We’ve collected the city’s most exciting events for you, from contemporary art exhibitions to music festivals and sporting events.

We are always on the lookout for the best events in the city of Bordeaux to offer you a selection of “must-see” events. We strive to provide you with detailed information on each event, to help you plan your visit and get the most out of it.

Whether you’re an art, music or sport enthusiast or simply looking for a unique experience in Bordeaux, our blog is your ultimate guide to the city’s most exciting events.