1,750m² of exhibition space showcasing the French art of “good eating” and “good drinking” in all its colourful diversity. A wide array of media brings it all to life, including texts, videos, photos, theatre, interactive animations and giant decorations, arranged across three complementary areas. Along with the permanent exhibitions, there is a temporary exhibition “C’est pas du gâteau, les secrets de la pâtisserie française” (Not easy as pie: The secrets of French baking).

  • 3 permanent exhibitions and 1 temporary exhibition
  • Adult Price: €9 / Child price: €5 (other options available)


The Centre for the Interpretation of Architecture and Heritage is an exhibition space that presents the myriad faces of Dijon through history to the present day. Featuring models, digital appliances, videos, graphic media and fun discovery programs, this fascinating exhibition is suited to all, from the finest connoisseurs of local history to visitors with a passing interest.

  • Entry and permanent exhibition free of charge
  • Tickets available at the Cité reception area
  • There is a Tourist Office reception desk at the 1204 entrance

Village Gastronomique (Food Village)

Featuring food shops, immersive experiences, a gourmet bookshop and Experiential Cuisine, the Village Gastronomique sets the table for those who have a penchant for good food.

There are eight shops devoted to French crafts (coffee, patisserie, chocolate, cheese, butcher’s, delicatessen meats, mustard, tableware, etc.) as well as a culinary bookshop. The Village was lovingly created as a joint enterprise involving producers, artisans, breeders, and farmers from all over France, each keen to bring their own contribution to this unique adventure.

Cuisine Expérientielle (Experiential Kitchen), meanwhile, is a lively place that brings cooking back to its roots as a sociable, popular art. The aim is to promote the best of gastronomy while educating young and old alike. Enjoy culinary shows; cook-offs between guest chefs; masterclasses; cooking, pastry or mixology workshops; ephemeral dinners; or even barbecue classes on the rooftop terrace, to list but a few activities! This unique, modular kitchen can also be closed off for private events.

The Cave de la Cité (Cité Wine Cellar)

The Cave de la Cité, at the centre of the Cité Internationale de la Gastronomie et du Vin de Dijon, boasts 3,000 different wines from around the world, of which 250 are served by the glass, including fine wines, to offer you an unforgettable, personalised experience of wine-tasting. A unique way to discover the wines of Burgundy that are part and parcel of French gastronomy; all proudly showcased by the Cave de la Cité.

Chapelle des Climats (Chapel of Climates)

This large chapel has a strikingly elegant façade and partly occupies what was once the former hospital’s sick room, built around 1504. A decision was taken in 1842 to convert it into a place of worship that would meet the hospital’s needs. The existing façade, featuring a composition of a group representing Charity, was raised and topped with a bell gable. The interior is just as impressive, with its vast spaces and colourful decoration. The chapel now hosts the exhibition “La Chapelle des Climats et des Terroirs” (The Chapel of Climates and Regional Products), which uses immersive projections, testimonies, and interactive devices to take visitors on a journey through the climates of Burgundy’s vineyards and the rich gastronomic heritage of the Burgundy-Franche-Comté region.

  • Entry included in ticket for paying exhibitions
  • Adult Price: €9 / Child price: €5 (other options available)

Chapelle Sainte-Croix (Holy Cross Chapel)

A true architectural gem and the only remaining building of the medieval hospital, the Chapelle Sainte-Croix de Jérusalem was built in 1459 and is open to visitors. Once the hospital’s cemetery chapel, it displays a set of works that reflect its funerary purpose. Visitors can now enjoy its beauty to the sound of music, with an original repertoire paying tribute to the masses that graced its walls for so long.

  • Entry free of charge
  • Tickets available at the Cité reception area


Table des Climats (Table of Climates)

Table des Climats offers you the “Vinostromique” restaurant, at the heart of Dijon’s International City of Gastronomy and Wine (Cité Internationale de la Gastronomie et du Vin de Dijon). With talented young chef Kevin Julien at the helm, under the culinary direction of 3-star Michelin chef Éric Pras of Maison Lameloise, you’re in for an unforgettable experience. Discover Wine-Food pairings, instead of Food-Wine pairings!

Comptoir de la Cité (Cité Counter)

Located at the entrance to the Cité Internationale de la Gastronomie et du Vin de Dijon, Comptoir de la Cité welcomes you in for a tasting session in a warm and friendly atmosphere. Arranged around the Chef’s large counter, this glassed-in space opens onto the Unesco esplanade, acting as a gateway between the Cité and the city of Dijon.


In the immediate vicinity of the Pathé – Dijon cinema, the Bamagotchi is a new type of dining bar. Played out across a variety of spaces, including a 100m2 terrace and a rooftop area with a glass roof, it reinvents its atmospheres throughout the day for you to enjoy yourself in good company.

Ecole Ferrandi (Ferrandi School)

The French school of culinary arts and hospitality management, FERRANDI Paris, has opened a branch in Dijon. Already established in Paris, Saint-Gratien, Bordeaux and Rennes, the school now offers training courses in cooking and bakery at the heart of Burgundy. Whether you’re an amateur chef, an aspiring creator, or a seasoned professional, you now have the opportunity to exercise your passion under the guidance of top chefs.

Pathé Cinema

Located at the heart of the Cité Internationale de la Gastronomie et du Vin, the Pathé Dijon cinema is a first-class modern cinema offering cutting-edge projection and sound equipment, exceptional comfort, and a high standard of services. Open 7 days a week throughout the year, it adds to the buzz of the Cité, both in the daytime and in the evening.

And there’s a whole lot more…

The Cité Internationale de la Gastronomie et du Vin de Dijon is a whole world of experiences, offering you all kinds of adventures and taste sensations that vary from week to week.