Apr-Sep: 10am-1pm, 2pm-6pm; rest of year: 2pm-6pm - closed Mon and Bank Hols
A faithful reconstruction (after the bombings of 1940) of the house of Jacques Boucher, treasurer to the Duke of Orleans, where Joan of Arc lived in 1429. A film and interactive displays retrace the history of the "Maid of Orleans" and the end of the siege of the city on 8 May 1429. Upstairs, the Centre Jeanne-d'Arc brings together everything that has been said, written or filmed regarding Joan of Arc and her era.
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