Is curretly used for the University. Near Notre-Dame Cathedral. Is worthwhile seing Jules Verne house.
Really enjoyed our trip to Jules Verne House. If you are familiar with his books: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea etc then you will love it even more. 7 Euros per adult entrance fee. Very well kept and lots of original things from his days there...
A great house, very well preserved a great range of items to see. Many books and artefacts, the house has had a spiral staircase installed that amazingly does not appear out of place.
The house is nice to see, but there are more houses like this. What makes it special, is knowing Jules Vernes lived here. The exposition in the loft was surprising creative, so was the wooden room, other exhibitionrooms just allright. We walked around together, with a guide is maybe better.
An interesting and inspiring museum. Jules Verne is one of my favorite authors. There is info on his life and writings.
We were delighted to be able to go through the home of this famous author and poet. It is excellently presented and we were given a booklet in English to be able to follow the displays. We were disappointed that it was not possible to purchase any publications in English at the shop located in the centre and surprised that... More
I grew up with Jules Verne, reading almost everything he wrote which took me far from rural Georgia. It was an interesting experience to walk through the house where much of this was written. It tells his story well. If you are not a fan of Verne, there are probably more interesting things to do in Amiens.
A wonderful way to spend the morning, particularly interesting if you are a fan of Jules Vernes books which have later been scripted for movies. Four floors of memorabilia to commemorate a prosperous life. Although I would have liked to see it in a more original state, it was beautifully laid out, with each level telling a story of a... More
It is a small museum, but it is well kept and has a lot of character. It is not all original...as a matter of fact I think only 2 of the rooms are in their original state, but there is a ton of memorabilia on display. The guided audio tour was fun and had a lot of information. I recommend... More
If you own or manage Maison de Jules Verne, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.Manage your listing