Classics Map. Street-art, climbing and sciences: seven stages for a family walk in Rennes

13:40  28 december  2022
13:40  28 december  2022 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Un mur de 900 m² du boulevard Colombier, à Rennes, a été investi par des artistes. © ARCHIVES OUEST-FRANCE A 900 m² wall on Boulevard Colombier, in Rennes, was invested by artists.

The Tour of Carrousel and the gourmet passage by the stores of rue Vasselot are among the essential stages for a family walk in Rennes. But it is also an opportunity to take an interest in art in the streets and the museum, and why not do a little climbing ... "Voyages to the west" takes you for a seven stages.

L’espace sciences des Champs libres, à Rennes. © Archives Ouest-France L’Espace Sciences des Champs Libres, in Rennes.

Do you come to walk in Rennes with the family and are you looking for activities? Street art, climbing, museum, merry-go-round ... trips to the west makes you discover seven stages in the city center for a successful afternoon. A walk to find on the interactive map below.

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1. Street art, boulevard du Colombier

colors to brighten up winter! Let's start this Boulevard du Colombier walk, in front of the "Wall of Fame". The Teenage Kicks association has gathered thirty urban artists from the Graffiti scene to paint a large 900 m2 wall. We follow the fresco to admire the different styles. Note: the tourist office offers guided tours of the city on the theme of street art. To be reserved on Tourisme-rennes.com

La rue Vasselot, à Rennes. © Ouest-France rue Vasselot, in Rennes.

2. From sciences to the Champs Libres

by rue de l'Alma, we join the large cultural equipment Les Champs Libres, Paradis des sciences. From 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. on weekends, the Science Space presents exhibitions adapted to families on the brain, dinosaurs, magnetism, insects, etc. Children can participate in experiences in the Merlin laboratory or head for the stars and constellations during a planetarium session. Better to prepare your arrival and reserve your tickets on Espace-sciences.org

"Contact is easier", in Blagnac, young people reconnect with the police thanks to sport

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Le carrousel de la place Sainte-Anne, à Rennes. © Ouest-France Le Carrousel de Place Sainte-Anne, in Rennes.

3. The time of the game

right next door, at the café the time of the game, 11, boulevard Magenta, you can drink hot chocolate by playing one of the countless free access board games. From 5 p.m. during the week and 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, we embark on a short or long game, funny or reflexive. The team is there to advise you and explain the rules. You can call just before you arrive to make sure that tables are well available. Such. 02 99 31 43 48.

4. Gourmet step rue Vasselot

It's snack time! In the charming rue Vasselot, pedestrian, we find it for all tastes: pancakes, kouign-amann, oriental pastries, bubble-tea, organic fruits and of course the famous cookies. We take this opportunity to take a look at the beautiful selection of youth books and toys from the store specialized in the short scale, at 30 on the street. A little further, at 28, rue du Captain-Dreyfus, the Land of Games store is an expert in board games for the older ones.

Rechery setback for climbers with disabilities in Dresden

 Rechery setback for climbers with disabilities in Dresden © provided by SZ - Sächsische Zeitung Recurred setback for climbers with disabilities in Dresden Dresden. If you want to climb steep rocks, you sometimes have to dig through paper mountains. Like Lutz Zybell, mountaineer and board member in the Saxon State Association of the Alpine Club. He is currently studying documents that he can only shake his head over. in November 2021 Zybell sent an application to the Dresden town hall.

5. A ride of a merry-go-round Place Sainte-Anne

going up to Place Sainte-Anne, the little ones will not resist a turn in the new carousel, installed at the end of 2021. Inspired by the style of the fairground arts, wearing a dome Transparent, it is decorated with frescoes which evoke scenes of life in Brittany.

6. A little climbing at the Hôtel-Dieu

we take the rue de Saint-Malo to finish the promenade by taking altitude. In the climbing room of The Roof, 2, rue de l'Hôtel-Dieu, young and old can learn the climb. From 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., 7 days a week, and without reservation. A secure room is dedicated to children from 2 to 8 years old. The older ones are trying on different journeys depending on their level. You can rent the slippers on site.

7. Visits for children at the Museum

The Museum of Fine Arts (20, Quai Émile-Zola) offers free guided tours of 45 min specially designed for children from 6 years old. He also offers free artistic practice workshops. Dates and timetables on mba.rennes.fr

The emblematic Breton group Tri Yann loses one of its members, Jean-Paul Corbineau .
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