Museum of Joan of Arc

Patrimoine culturel,


The Historial Jeanne d'Arc (Joan of Arc Museum) is located in the Archbishop's palace in Rouen, in the heart of the historic centre and close to the cathedral. This exceptional setting, built between the 11th and the 18th century, is listed a Historic Building. It is where Joan of Arc was condemned to death (1431) and where the second trial took place (1456). This place is thus particularly appropriate to immerse visitors in the history and myth of this heroine of French History. A visit out-of-the-ordinary using the latest video and sound multimedia technologies, the architecture and the evocative power of the place serve as a background to Joan of Arc's epic tale. Guided by Juvenal, the jurist who presided over the second trial, visitors will witness and take part in an incredible historical and legal story with testimonies of those who had met Joan. Another part of the museum will deal with the myth of Joan of Arc in a dedicated area called "Mythothèque" in which visitors will have access to multimedia educational tools to better understand who Joan of Arc was through the themes of politics, arts and history.

Ratings and quality marks

  • Qualité Tourisme


Base rate - full rate adult : 10,50 € Child rate : 7,50 € Student rate : 7,50 € Reduced rate : 7,50 € Rate for adult group : 7,50 € Professional group rate : 7,50 € School group rate : from 4€ to 5 € Supplement for guide : 80 € Rate for adult group : 12 €
Price Min. Max.
Base rate - full rate adult 10,50€
Child rate 7,50€
Student rate 7,50€
Reduced rate 7,50€
Rate for adult group 7,50€
Professional group rate 7,50€
School group rate 4€ 5€
Supplement for guide 80€
Rate for adult group 12€




  • Baby changing area


  • Shop
  • Left luggage
  • Free WIFI
  • Groups welcome
  • Can be privatised