18th century house that's been kept as it was. St. John Vianney's furniture, religious items and belongings are on display. He lived here for 41 years. The house has been approved as a "Maison des Illustres" since 2014.
House with internal courtyard and garden. Ground floor: kitchen and dining room. First floor: St. John Vianney's bedroom and a room exhibiting his belongings and clothes.
From 02/01 to 31/12, daily.
Free access. Guided tour for the general public and groups: please contact Tourist Information for rates.