Maison Natale de Jeanne d’Arc

Maison Natale de Jeanne d’Arc, Domremy-la-Pucelle: Tickets, Tours, Address, Phone Number, Maison Natale de Jeanne d’Arc Reviews: 4/5

Maison Natale de Jeanne d’Arc

Maison Natale de Jeanne d’Arc
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George N
The Hague, The Netherlands136 contributions
A Sacred Location
Jul 2020
This is where Jehanne la Pucelle, daughter of Jacques Darc or Tarc and Isabelle Romée, and known to history as Jeanne d'Arc and Joan of Arc, was born and brought up. Outside one can find a statue of the maiden and in the hill above there is a basilica where Jehanne heard the voices.
Written August 3, 2020
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Marc A
Beckingen, Germany56 contributions
Lovely and interesting
Dec 2017
Very interesting historical place, smaller than expected but well, still worth to see. A suggestion is to do the roundtrip and visit the church and cathedral in the area as well, as those are all related to Jeanne d'Arc
Written November 7, 2018
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J'Adore-Voyager
New York City151 contributions
So Glad We went
Oct 2018 • Couples
It is great to see the house Jeanne d'Arc grew up in, the church where she prayed, and the site where she saw her visions. The museum next door has a nice little film that summarizes her life and experience. I'm so glad we took time to see it.
Written October 21, 2018
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SteveB15
Kingston, Canada161 contributions
Must see!
Oct 2018 • Couples
This is a must see for those who have more than just a passing interest in Jeanne d’Arc. For 4.00 Euro, we saw her home, the interpretation Centre, and the ancient Roman amphitheater in Grand, about 20km away.

The interpretation Centre has a movie that is available in English and a Light & Sound show, also available in English. The exhibits, however, are only in French.

But Joan's House is the highlight, simple and unadorned as it is.

You really need but an hour or two to see all that Domremy has to offer, but we stayed 2 nights and enjoyed it immensely. The village is so quiet and peaceful. There is a small park with a picnic table nearby and we enjoyed a picnic there, we just enjoyed being in the presence of the
Shadow of Joan's home.

As I said, this is best enjoyed by those who have more than a passing interest in La Pucelle.

Written October 14, 2018
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Elise G
Den Bosch, The Netherlands117 contributions
Wonderful
Jul 2018 • Couples
The museum exhibit is all in French, but both the “theater” about the 100 years war and the video about Joan were available in English and were very helpful for understanding the situation at the time and Joan’s part in it all. Of course the house is very neat as well. Get a free “Pass Lorraine” for a reduced price, then go give the extra money to the church next door ;)
Written July 10, 2018
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Valerie M
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Joan of Arc's Birthplace in Domremy-la-Purcelle,
Sep 2017 • Friends
This was the purpose of my trip to France. It met my expectations and more. The movie in the interpretive center was thought provoking and very well done. The restaurant, Le Payson de Jeanne, across the road from Joan's house was a wonderful surprise & wonderful.
Valerie
Written September 26, 2017
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Paul B
Paris, France46 contributions
Excellent presentation and exhibit.
Jul 2017 • Couples
This was of special interest to my wife as she's a history teacher. She reliably informs me that the cost of entry is worth every centime since the exhibit and general presentation is of the highest order. So if you're English and still concerned about having slaughtered a saint (!) come and pay penance here LOL.
Written August 24, 2017
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Kaleena L
Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada19 contributions
Pay to go inside
Mar 2016 • Couples
If you come all the way to domremy to see Joan of Arc's childhood home, you may as well pay the extra money to go inside, it didnt cost much but it was very interesting to see how homes would have been built in that time. The museum and show it included were very informative on french history
Written February 5, 2017
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OxideMontefeltro
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg54 contributions
Moving historic location and informative exhibit
Nov 2016 • Solo
It's astonishing to be in Joan of Arc's home, particularly if you have read about her life and heard descriptions (from her second trial) of how she lived out of the mouths of those who knew her. The house is well-cared for. I visited in November and there was no one around. I had the house to myself. The exhibit about Joan's life and her times was also empty at this time. The woman who ran it very kindly turned on the videos and shows for me. It was very informative and seemed up to date with the latest historical research (i.e. not full of outdated ideas and discredited historical research.) Next door, the church where Joan worshipped and the font where she was baptised are open all the time. The bottom line is you have the chance to feel her presence, whether that's because you're religious or interested in history.
Written November 23, 2016
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paris
Paris, France178 contributions
Really worth a visit.
Jul 2015 • Couples
The house is nicely kept though many villagers say that it is not the original place but the exhibit at the back of the house is very well done and is worth visiting; We enjoyed Domremy very much.
Written August 21, 2015
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