In contrast to other museums, the Joan of Arc Historial does not house priceless artifacts or historical art. This museum takes visitors on an immersive experience designed to tell the story of Joan of Arc in a way that is both technically impressive and emotionally resonant.
Joan of Arc, or Jeanne d'Arc in French, was a young French peasant who rose to prominence as the leader of the French army during the War of Hundred Years. She was born in or around 1412. Known as the Maid of Orleans, she is a venerated figure in French culture. In 1920, she was declared a saint.
In Historical Jeanne d'Arc, There are works of art and literature dedicated to Jeanne d'Arc. Many villages and cities around France have memorials in her honor which are depicted in this museum. In Rouen, a statue commemorates the marketplace location where she was killed.
A: Historical Jeanne d'Arc is open from Monday to Sunday, from 10 am to 7 pm. The hours may differ on public holidays.
A: The entrance fee for Historical Jeanne d'Arc is €11 for adults, €8 for children between 6 - 18, teachers, students, people with disability card, jobseekers, pass holders. The children under 6 years, carer of person, journalists, can enter for free.
A: The address of Historial Jeanne d'Arc is 7 Rue Saint Romain, 76000 Rouen, France. The museum is located in the heart of Rouen, close to the famous Rouen Cathedral and the Gros Horloge, a medieval astronomical clock.
A: Some of the highlights of a visit to Historial Jeanne d'Arc include the multimedia show that tells the story of Joan of Arc, the interactive exhibits that allow visitors to experience life in the 15th century, and the panoramic view from the top of the museum. The museum also has a gift shop where visitors can purchase souvenirs related to Joan of Arc and the Hundred Years' War.
7 Rue Saint Romain, 76000 Rouen, France