Tourisme

tourist site of the chartreuse cellars

Welcome to  the new tourist site  of the Chartreuse Cellar

All our tours are guided and must be booked on our online ticketing

Classical tour in french

CLASSIC TOUR : Visitors are invited to discover the world of the liqueur going through these new museum areas which retrace the great periods of history from 1084 to our day.
They will discover the mountain, the variety of plants and the “savoir-faire” of the monks.
The visit ends with a moment of sharing and conviviality around a commented tasting of traditional liqueurs such as the green Chartreuse and the yellow Chartreuse.
Limited to 19 participants. Duration 1h15

classical Tour in English

CLASSIC TOUR : Visitors are invited to discover the world of the liqueur going through these new museum areas which retrace the great periods of history from 1084 to our day.
They will discover the mountain, the variety of plants and the “savoir-faire” of the monks.
The visit ends with a moment of sharing and conviviality around a commented tasting of traditional liqueurs such as the green Chartreuse and the yellow Chartreuse.
Limited to 19 participants. Duration 1h15. On reservation

special tour

Exceptional visits are designed for people wishing to experience a privileged moment around Chartreuse liqueurs by diving deep into their history, their production and their aromatics.
In a select committee, participants will have time to discuss with the guide and experience a unique moment of sharing.
The tasting will be a great new discovery.
Limited to 8 participants. Duration 2h
On reservation.

Group tour

You want to come in a group, we accompany you to book your visit.

Document to download below

Annual pass

If you want to come and visit our site several times a year, we offer you an annual pass at the price of 20€.
Pease contact us by mail at visites@chartreuse.fr.
Then you can use it at your leisure for a year, by reserving your visit slots online on our website.
This pass is nominative, it will be requested at the entrance to the tourist site during each guided tour accompanied by an identity document.

cocktail workshop

Here the content of the visit is focused on the history of the Chartreuse in the world of cocktails.
From their birth in the United States, during Prohibition, to their rebirth in the early 2000s, the public will be able to feel the importance of the bar world and mixology for the Chartreuse before trying their hand at making and tasting cocktails.
Workshop limited to 8 people. Duration 2h
On reservation.

And discover on the site :

the chartreuse cellar shop

Come and discover the entire range produced by the Chartreux Fathers.

Exclusively, Foudre 147 liqueur, a blended cuvée from a selection of Chartreuse liqueurs with a strong profile which, once blended, will prolong their aging in Foudre (cask) N°147 in Voiron.

Open every day from 10h00 to 18h30.

(Closed on 14/10, 25/12, and 01/01)

Adresse : 10 bd Edgar Kofler 38500 Voiron – 04 76 05 90 33 ou boutique.voiron@chartreuse.fr

The Chartreuse cellar shop and the bar are accessible to people with reduced mobility.
Also accessible to assistance dogs; as for other animals, they are welcome if they are carried in a bag provided for this purpose.

 

the cocktail bar

Extend your visit with a cocktail or herbal tea served in our new bar area dedicated to the art of flavors and mixtures.

Taste the mythical Last Word or the elegant Bijou, discover the Chartreuse Mule or the American Pola in an atmosphere of sharing and conviviality.

• Open every day from 11h00 to 18h30.

(Closed on 14/10, 25/12, and 01/01)

Bar à cocktails Voiron

our shop at the museum of the grande chartreuse monastery

Our shop at the Musée du Monastère de la Grande Chartreuse
(La Correrie – Saint Pierre de Chartreuse)

April and May : from 14h00 to 18h00, every day except on thursday.
JUNE : Every day except on thursday : 10h00 - 12h30 and 14h00 - 18h30 / Sunday : 14h00 - 18h30
July and August : Every day : 10h00 - 18h30 / Sunday : 14h00 - 18h30
September, October and November : 14h00 to 18h00, every day except on thursday.

Crédits Photos Page Tourisme : © Pascal Flamant