Welcome to Wine World.

Ditch Mickey for Merlot at this theme park for grown-ups.

La Cité du Vin — which translates to “the city of wine” — has just opened in Bordeaux, one of the most famous wine-making regions of France.

The 10-storey attraction boasts 20 high-tech wine-themed multimedia installations; a 250-seat auditorium for screenings, classes and expert-led tasting sessions; and a library stocked with 1,200 works about wine in five different languages.

La Cité du Vin

La Cité du Vin

You won’t find any rollercoasters here (and, if you think about it, that’s probably a good thing), but there is a boat ride that will show you what it was like to be a sea merchant, sailing across the globe selling wine.

The $80 million attraction is housed in a visually stunning building designed by architects Anouk Legendre and Nicolas Desmazières to be a “space shaped by symbols of identity: gnarled vine stock, wine swirling in a glass… Every detail of the architecture evokes wine’s soul and liquid nature.”

La Cité du Vin

La Cité du Vin

Naturally, the venue is also home to a rather large gift shop, stocking over 800 wines from more than 80 countries — essentially, everywhere wine is made — and a panoramic tasting area at the top of the tower with 360 degree views of Bordeaux.

La Cité du Vin

La Cité du Vin

La Cité du Vin is open now, and tickets cost just $22 — but unfortunately, that doesn’t include a plane ticket.

If you’ve been considering a trip to France, though, this could just be the perfect excuse you’ve been looking for.