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25, place de la Cathédrale
CS 30666 76008 Rouen
Tel : +33(0)2 32 08 32 40
Foreign exchange office : +33(0)2 35 89 48 60
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7 cours Gambetta
76500 Elbeuf
Tel : + 33(0)2 32 96 30 40
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Rue Guillaume le Conquérant
76480 Jumièges
Tel : + 33 (0)2 35 37 28 97
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Place du Général de Gaulle
76 480 Duclair
Tel : + 33(0)2 35 05 91 50

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Historial Jeanne d'Arc


7, rue Saint Romain
76000 Rouen
02 35 52 48 00 View website


The Joan of Arc Historial, the largest site dedicated to the memory of Joan of Arc, is set in the heart of the Archbishop’s Palace of Rouen. Closely linked to Joan of Arc’s destiny, this site of exceptional architectural quality houses the remains of the room known as l’Officialité, the ‘Official Room’, where her sentence was pronounced in 1431, and where her rehabilitation trial took place in 1456. After undergoing superb restoration, this building, classified as a Historic Monument, is open to the public for the first time.

The Joan of Arc Historial aims to respond to a dual need: to present the saga of Joan of Arc, but also to uncover her legend, thanks to cutting-edge multimedia technology brought together in a spectacular scenography.

In an area of almost 1000 m2, divided into some fifteen distinct spaces on five levels, visitors will be transported into the heart of the 15th century in a animated judicial enquiry. Guided by the image of Juvénal des Ursins, ecclesiastic and jurist, who led the rehabilitation trial, visitors will be fully immersed in an interactive display that is both educational and fun, and accessible to everyone. They will discover the saga of Joan through multimedia devices on site (audiovisual displays, sound effects, 3D projections, etc.). Visitors will then encounter the Mythotheque and learn more about the main elements of the debates inspired by this important figure in the history of France. The public will be able to feed their curiosity with the help of multimedia terminals, interactive devices and films, revealing a collection of items connected to Joan and works of art that she inspired.
At the end of their visit, visitors will be free to witness the beauty of the magnificent Salle des États, the ‘State Room’ and the bright Aubigné Chapel in the Archbishop’s Palace, both dating from the beginning of the 18th century and completely restored for the occasion.


Réouverture le samedi 4 juillet 2020


Full price : €10,50
Reduced price : €7,50
School rate : €5/person guided tour / €4 per person free visit
Group rate : €7,50
Audio guide : included
COMBI TICKET : back2rouen 1 billet pour l'historial et le Panorama XXL : 15€/12€/ tribu 44€ (2 ad + 2 enf)

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Pratical information

Opening hours
Monday : Closed
Tuesday : 10am-12.15pm & 12.45pm to 7pm (last turn at 17.15pm)
Wednesday : 10am-12.15pm & 12.45pm to 7pm (last turn at 17.15pm)
Thursday : 10am-12.15pm & 12.45pm to 7pm (last turn at 17.15pm)
Friday : 10am-12.15pm & 12.45pm to 7pm (last turn at 17.15pm)
Saturday : 10am-12.15pm & 12.45pm to 7pm (last turn at 17.15pm)
Sunday : 10am-12.15pm & 12.45pm to 7pm (last turn at 17.15pm)

bank holiday
January 1st : Closed
Easter Monday : Fermé
May 1st : Closed
Whit Monday : Closed except on 10/06/2019
December 25th : Closed

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Transport access

T1, T2, T3 arrêt Cathédrale, F1 arrêt République

station Palais de Justice


Services and equipment


√ Near a public car park√ Toilets√ Air conditioning√ Handicapped accessible√ No pets allowed√ Shop√ Lift√ Guided Tour√ Audioguide




Un musée à la pointe de la technologie Il donne envie d'apprendre et de découvrir
SACHA, 02/01/2017
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