In 1625, a significiant bequest enabled the foundation of Notre-Dame Hospital. From 1703 onwards this latter was replaced by the current Hôtel-Dieu, whose construction was initiated by Cardinal de Bouillon, the 55th Abbot of Cluny.
Your visit will allow you to discover the marvels contained in the various rooms :
- the monumental chapel, its painted ceiling and the furnishings coming from the Abbey,
- the sick people's ward and its 17th century woodwork, its furnishing, its showcase windows filled with religious ornaments,
- the apothecary, its collections of pharmaceutical earthenware (dating from the 16th to the 19th century) and its pewterware,
- the administrators' room.
- Cheques and postal orders, Cash
Follow the marked circuit Respect the barrier measures: - Physical distance (1m) between visitors - Wearing a mask is mandatory (not available) - Hydro-alcoholic gel for hand disinfection (available at the entrance)
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